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Remote start not working 2006 grand prix

"service theft system" error in LED. Remote start won t work. Per manual insert key, turn to run, but no instructions after that. Not working, still have error and remote start will not work.
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To get the remote start going again, I remembered a time when my Explorer phob would not open the doors automatically, I was told to insert the key and toggle it from off to "run" (not starting it, but having the radio and lights come on) position about 4 - 5 times to reset it. I tried that with the car, and it worked!!

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Jane

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  • An instrument panel-mounted ignition switch is also used on some W-Body vehicles. To service this switch, the radio, heater & A/C control panel and the instrument cluster must be removed. All of these procedures are found elsewhere in this section.
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