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disconnect the battery termenals and touch them togrther foe abot 30 seconds this should reset the computer and turn off the security if not get some one to help you while someone cranks the engine over spray a little starting fluid into the air intake when it fires up it will turn off the security system.
try to unhook the battery cabels and do the process over again and if that dont work then turn key all the way to the forward possition and have some one jup the starter by arking metel on the positive termenal on to metel
it sounds like they may have installed the passtime on it incorrectly. I would contact the dealer that installed the passtime system on there. Also they may have inadvertantly disabled it, you may need to contact them for a new code (if it is the passtime that rquires a code). The noise you hear through the speakers is more than likley due to them not grounding something properly.
Find the passtime device , it's usually under the dash near the ignition switch. You can trace it by following the wire from the remote eye. There are 5 wires with a plug connector plugged into the device. Leave the red, pink and black wires alone. The blue wire comes from your ignition switch and goes to a relay switch inside the device. The purple wire comes from that switch to your starter. Leave them cut from the device, but solder, (or connect in some manner) them together so that the passtime device is bypassed. Then your starter will get power when you turn the key. That's all there is to it. the passtime device will still appear to be functioning. It will beep and take codes from the remote, but regardless of whether it is timed out or not your starter will still get power.
It should be noted that the passtime system is property of the dealership and removal of this device may violate your contract with the dealership and in some states is a punishable offense.
The Passtime has no effect on the radio. All the Passtime does is inhibit the starter. You can take the Passtime out by cutting the blue wire and the purple wire (that come out of the Passtime box) now you will have a blue wire and a purple wire that go to the car. Strip the ends and connect the blue wire and the purple wire together. You can either disconnect or cut all the other wires that come out of the Passtime box. If you cut the wires make sure you tape the ends of the wires so that they don't touch any metal and short out, blowing a fuse.
As for the radio you might want to remove the radio to make sure that it is plugged in. I've seen alot of times when someone sells or trades in their car they take out their "COOL" stereo and since they cut the plug for the original radio off so they could wire in the "COOL" one, they just put the original one in the dash not plugged in. Hope this is helpful.