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Code p0629 pass key frequency invalid - 1995 Buick LeSabre

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I don't have info on that code, so it may be specific to Buick. The passkey uses a chip which the computer in the car "reads" to make sure the owner is trying to start the car.
The ignition lock has a sensor that picks up the chip in the key. I would try a spare key first to make sure the problem is not the key. It could also be a problem with the lock cylinder or the module that stores the code.

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P1685

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The engine controller has received an invalid key from the SKIM.



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2) look for 2 small white wires encased in an orange cover at the bottom of the steering column at the big steering column connector. Cut the two small white wires and connect a resistor of the same resistance of your key chip onto the two white wires leading into the connector. Problem solved!

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The Ignition Key (Transponder)
The ignition key for PASS-Key® III equipped vehicles is a typical ignition key using a transponder pellet located in the end of the key. The ignition key transponder value is used in order to determine if a valid ignition key is being used in order to start the vehicle. When the ignition key is inserted into the ignition cylinder and the PASS-Key® III module detects the ignition voltage (the ignition switch is in RUN or START) the module measures the transponder pellet value. The PASS-Key® III module validates this value and performs the following functions:
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