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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is the pressure light, nothing to do with the oil needing to be being changed, you have low oil pressure being indicated, this will destroy the engine if the light is really indicating low oil pressure, have the oil pressure tested with a mechanical test guage at a shop, if the oil pressure is ok then replace the oil pressure light sending unit.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
I'm assuming your asking this so you can keep the belt off. If that is the case just plug it in sit on the belt. Otherwise you can start pulling fuses till it shuts off or you can go to the chimer and unplug it. If you pull a fuse you may also shut something else off. Since this is a safety feature for yourself and the passenger and in most states a law I don't think anyone should tell you exactly how to bypass this feature. But I do know how annoying it can be. If it didnt warn you to put it on you could forget and get injured.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
p1685,,"skim invalid key"
I have no idea what they are talking about, but that is the code.
DTC P1685 is Invalid SKIM Key. The Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) is part of the security system and kills the vehicle when a wrong key is used. There may be a problem with your key or the chip reader in the ignition switch. This is something the dealer will need to determine for sure. This code will also be set if someone actually tried to steal the vehicle.
My guesswould beto reset your PCM (unhook bat. and depress brake for 1 min), then try to start the car. If that doesn't work, I guess haul it into a dealership so they can run a diagnostic
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Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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