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Security system shut car down

My security system shut my car down, buick said i need a new steering column because it didnt recognise the keys. Did that put a new one on and the car still wont turn over, but if you by pass the security it will turn over but cut off. What should i do now. What can i do to fix this problem

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  • mickie620 Feb 11, 2009

    Thanks but yes I have new keys and new steering column. The dealership didnt do the work because they wanted to much money and I have friends that work in shops that order what I needed and did the work but now I have the same problem. I just need to bypass the security system then put a after market one on it.....Do you know anyone who can work on that for me....

  • benicrowfeat Mar 18, 2009

    won't do anything but security light comes on, won't turn over.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Car will not turn over. Put new starter and solenoid in and still won't do anything. Could my security system be messed up.

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Man these buick dealerships are making a killing nowadays, the keys have a chip in them that helps a sensor in the steering column recognize that those are the right keys for that car, it's an anti-theft device that sometimes backfires, usaully the culprit is a damage chip in the key, because keys get thrown around and mashed up with other keys in peoples pockets, the key it self is not cheap but it is cheaper than replacing steering column. Get a new key and see if that helps, they should have provided you with a new key if they replaced the steering column and the sensor inside of it. I think dealerships aren't making enough money selling cars in this economy and are making frivolous repairs that don't help fix problems and charge a lot of money in the process

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