Question about 2005 Chevrolet Malibu
First time it happened, I made the mistake of trying to start the car with all the doors locked, then I didn't lock and unlock it with the keyfob, which made it not start, but now re-doing these things correctly aren't working, and the car simply isn't starting, it doesn't try, the same way it doesn't try when the doors are locked, am I doing something else wrong? This really is such nonsense, what ever happened to just unlocking the door with the key, putting it in the ignition, turning it and starting the car? What's next? Twenty nine letter passwords?
If your battery is good turn the key on to run posistion for 12 minutes leave there have some coffee go back to the car this should reset the security system.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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