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1999 Yukon tries to start itself without key in ignition

It has never had a remote start system, everyone keeps thinking that. new alternator and starter, when you connect the battery cables it tries to start itself with no key in ignition

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Make sure that the small start wire on the solenoid is not touching the positive wire of the starter solenoid.

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Your solenoid is stuck or your ignition switch (mounted on column not key)is bad

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I can't say for sure but it sound like you either trigger the "Panic" button or alarm system if equiped. Hook the battery up (negative last) and push the "Panic" button on the key FOB.
If you don't have the FOB you may be able to reset but disconnecting the negative cable only.
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On your key there should be a black square with a silver piece in the center. That's the antitheft part. Check to see if its clean and not worn down. Or the contacts inside the key cylinder (ignition) could be worn down, if so, it needs to be replaced. When starting wiggle the key abit, it may take a few tries because of the 'timing' of when the antitheft system actually 'checks' the key.
You can get a new key made by a place that knows about the chip in the key, it's not exactly new technology so most places that can make keys should know about it. I suppose you could also hit the steering wheel repeatidly at the same time that your turning the key while your trying to start the vehicle. But you probably did that by now in frustration.
If there's no black square with silver piece in the key then there's some type of aftermarket antitheft system that's malfunctioning.

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