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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1st is passlock has shut
On a 2002 impala, the switch bypass will not work. The switch bypass originated on the VATS antitheft system which was the predecessor to the system your car has now. Your car has the Passlock system, this system runs off of transponder in your key. On the old Vats system you could read the ohms resistance of the chip in the key, and then recreate that same resistance in the steering column. Thus bypassing the ignition and key. Your system is more complicated. Think about it like this, if a criminal wanted to steal your car, he would rip off the steering column to hot write the ignition. But your car has that anti theft, so it wouldn't start. Wouldn't it be a little too convenient if the Antitheft wires were also right there and all he had to do was twist them together? They learned that lesson on the vats system. Check out this link for info and some "do it yourself" solutions to fix this problem yourself forever. http://vatspasslockpasskeysecurityhelp.yolasite.com/
Posted on Sep 10, 2011
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