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The theft system keeps coming on while driving it. Then when i shut it off it won't start again. Unless reset by turning the key to the ACC position for 10 minutes, then turn off and turn back on. It'll start then, and go all day and then starts again.
If you have a spare set of keys try using the different key. The identity chip in your key may be shorting.
Otherwise the "Reader" in your ignition switch may be cutting out. This puts it into an activation loop.
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Replaced stock bcm with used.
A used body control can be used in a vehicle other than the vehicle it was installed in. the body control module when first installed is programmed with the vehicle vin number. the vin number can not be changed was it was written to the BCM. the oprions can be always change in the BCM but not the VIN number. basically the used bcm you have installed has the vin number from the vehicle was installed in, now the vin number in the used BCM doesnt match all the other control modules
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
If your check engine turn on, some fault code is stored in the PCM; I suggest scanned the PCM to know exactly what fault code is stored there and diagnotic tips.
Some Autozone or AutoShop tieh OBD Scanner Readers make this job for free (sometimes).
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
Most times, the ignition switch is the problem. After installing the replacement, you will need to leave the key in the run position for ten minutes the first time. Shouldn't have to do it again.
Posted on Aug 25, 2011
try locking your car with the key and unlocking it with the key, leave it for 30 second or so between the locking and unlocking , the car thinks some one has tampered with it
Posted on Mar 18, 2012
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