Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
2000 grand prix -- Triad system came loose. We removed
and when we tried to replace it .It apparently shorted out.
burning smell of wires. Now the key will turn on the cars
door open signal (beep,beep,etc) but will not start the car.
We replaced the fuse for the ignition column but still no
starting. Would like to remove the triad system so we can use the car. Any suggestions. need the car for work.
There are several configurations of the same security system. But one sure fire way to correct this issue is to get a bypass kit. Any shop that installs remote startups has the ability to bypass this system. Since the sytem measures the resitance of the key/lock and asociated wiring any shorting of those wires will make it very difficult to defaet without some expertise.
Sometimes the remote atart kit also includes the bypass, so you can get two for one here.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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