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I replaced the ignition on this 2006 toyota corolla but it wants to start but it doesn't is it because the ignition and key are not programed to the car ? because the key has a chip.....

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It's probably is the Engine dis-abler, I'm having the same problem but the other way around. I replaced the ECU but now the key/Ignition switch isn't synced with the new brain.

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You will need to take it in to the dealer to have the key programed to the car

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