I have a 1993 J30 infinity need to disable security
Some how the factory security system was activated and i cant get it to deactivate. i dont have a remote bought it used from somebody and all i got was a key. i have tried removing battery for 24 hours, tried locking and unlocking door twice, tried gounding out orange wire, looked for button under dash did not find one
Car does not start after "SECURITY" light came on.
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Is the key you had made an official replacement. Some keys have a chip built into them that activate/deactivate the security system. Typically these come from the dealer because they need programmed with your VIN number. The car thinks its being stolen so it doesnt send power to the fuel pump.
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OK well there might bee a key hole either in one of the door frames or in the glove box in witch you can use your key to deactivate the alarm and all the rest the key hole will be covered up by a rubber or plastic cap so it is not visible
It depends on what parts you're thinking of. Some will carry over between years, and some may not. Minor restyling on the exterior and lighting may present some difficulty, and the 96 is an OBD2-emissions controlled engine, so its ECU, engine bay harness, and many sensors may not work on the earlier car (which is the much less-stringent OBD1 emissions control).