Question about 1996 GMC Sierra
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unplug the bypass connector. Tan wire, black tracer. It is either under the cover on the firewall under the hood passenger side or by the passenger side foot area.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Your problem may be a bad ignition lock switch it is a common problem usually caused by worn ignition keys. I would get a new key and see if that don't solve your problem. If that don't work then you need to replace the lock itself they have a security feature built in them that won't allow the car to start unless the proper key is installed (sometimes a new key works) this prevent thieves from taking your car by using a screwdriver or by hot wiring ...This security feature is in the lock itself not in the key GM did put it in the key but not for your vehicle
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Common for the ignition lock switch it self has gone bad and will need to be replaced. This is more common if you have lots of keys on your your key chain, the extra weigh wear out the electrical sleeves in the cylinder walls making the passlock not to read the proper resistor reading on your ignition keys and needs to be reset all the time. My In-Laws had the same problem with there Grans Am and was at the deal once a year for it. Once the warranty ended I got the passlock 2 by pass for around $70.00. The factor alarm still works but the ignition immobilize was disabled so they would not get stranded out in the cold. Here is the link and good luck, keep me posted and it's just a plug and play so there is not wire cutting and splicing. Keep me posted and don't forget the rate. http://www.gmpasslock.com/
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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