Question about Oldsmobile Intrigue
My daughter lost her keys to her intrigue. We have a spare that was made but after several uses it locks the car up. We need to know how to disable the system so she can use they key we have
Generally speaking, you can't.
Otherwise a crook could do it too.
You'll probably need to have the car towed to a dealer or call a professional locksmith that has the electronic equipment to program another key.
The dealer may be able to take the VIN number and figure out which chip fits your system and then make another key without having the car there. You'll need to show them the car title to prove ownership.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You don't want to turn the security system completely off, besides there really is no need to. To arm and disarm the vehicle simply use the key in the drivers door. When you turn the key and lock the car the system will arm after about 30 seconds. When you come back to the car and unlock the car with the drivers door lock cylinder the system will unarm, just the same as if you were using the remote. If the system is unarmed and it still wont start you probably have a NATS issue with the key. This is different than simply disarming. You can't shut off or disarm the NATS system.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
never heard of this happening before ,sounds more like the code reader behind the steering lock is playing up.If it is then its dealer only,have a funny feeling this could be an expensive repair.Sorry i couldnt be much more help but this fancy electronic stuff is designed to stop general mechanics like myself from doing repairs.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
I had a similar problem intermittent NO START. No click, buzz or other noise. Everything worked but wouldn't start. Unfortunately it took two trips to the dealer to locate the problem. Next time it happens find the purple wire in the wire harness under the cover on top of the engine. A simple tester that connects to ground with an lighted "awl" type probe will tell you if there is power from the key to that point. If there is and you're not starting then the only other thing downline is the starter. Can't repair them only replace. Dealer will be about 900.00 P&L , If you're daring or have some help it's right on top DIY 400.00.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
I locked the 2000 lincoln continental with the key fob but lost it now the ignition key wilolo not unlock the door
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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