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What you need to do there is to turn the ignition switch on and off three times, leaving it on the third time. Leave it on for about fifteen or twenty minutes and the light should become steady. then you can start the engine. (I usually put a jumper battery on it to make sure it does not knock down the battery too far) If that fails to work, then the problem likely is in the switch or the security module.
Could be a few things. Does the key have a raised black dot on both sides? My 93 Bonneville did but not sure if they started using the PASS system on 92. It is actaull an internal resistor that has to be correct resistance when you try and start the car. Sometimes that gets dirt on it and if you try and start the car it will go into a mode where ever with the correct key it won;t start for 30 minutes or so. Other thing I would check is the neutral safety switch. Try to start in neutral (or even other gears with the brake on).
Wow...this could be a BIG problem...unless you have pretty good mechanical abilities. Your BCM (body control module) is faulty. If it's any consolation, you're not alone. There are two schools of thought as a repair and often ends up being a "trial n error" type of repair. One is to match the rating of the small metal chip in your ignition key with a resistor (RadioShack) and splicing the resistor into the ORANGE wires leading from the ignition to the BCM. The other is to replace the BCM with a junkyard piece and IMPORTANTLY make sure you get the ignition key that goes with it. Good Luck
your key reader is not reading the chip in your key you can either replace the ignition switch cost about 250 dollars parts and labor or i can tell you how to bypass it for less than 20 bucks in premium chat hope this helps
Chances are the wire going to ignition broke allowing the security to start flashing.this will keep the car from cranking.On my 93 bonneville I went to Radioshack and got a 680 ohm resister,cut the 2 small yellow wires on lower steering column under dash,soldered resister to the 2 yellow wires coming from harness.Cost of repair..$1. you can read the resistance on the key by using ohm meter on each side of chip in key