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How do I get a new key for a Pontiac grand am

Car want start but when I take to midas they say they have to reset the security sytem..When it want start I take it back to Midas an after they do that it start but will lock again..They said it might be from the chip in the key wore out

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Take the key and your registration to a GM dealer and get a key made. It's gonna cost over $100.00 but it will solve your problem

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SOURCE: security light on will not start turn key to reset

if you turn the key in the ignition to the on position for 10 minutes it will reset your security light.
I know it sounds funny but trust me it works. try this first! Before you go and spend any money.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 pontiac grand am will not start.

ignition switch or worn key or the body control module is going out.

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SOURCE: Pontiac Car will not start security light is on. When security of

not saying this is the answer but ido see gm cars with these problems the dealer ads remote door locks to cars and they dont soder any of the wires the get paid one hour to install theses systems so they kinda throw them in thers alittle black box under the knee panel it has a yellow wire that is split to left fuse box one wire go to harness if that becomes loose car will not start and may trip security lite check for littel black it will be ty strapped to lower panel .... hope this helps THUNDERBOLTZ

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SOURCE: 2004 pontiac grand am car will not start

the security light will flash and disable the fuel injectors preventing the car from starting, if it thinks that it is being stolen. its easy to fix. set the parking brake to turn off the automatic headlights. next turn the key to the on position and wait ten minutes. the security light should stop flashing. then turn the key off and this will reset the security system. it should start immediatly afterwards.

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SOURCE: ABS Light is on, and TRAC off Light on. MIDAS

Either someone damaged a sensor for the ABS/TRAC control, or the replacement parts are not compatible with the ABS system.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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Where's fuse for security system in 2003. Pontiac grand am


Is your security light blinking , if so the car won't start . If this is what your car is doing you need to maintain good charge to battery . Put key in ignition then turn to run position , not the crank position leave for ten minutes then turn key off and do the same thing two more times . It takes 30 minutes to reset security , after the third time turn key off take key out . Then put key back in ignition and if you followed everything I said it should reset the security. If you have any questions call me at 270-556-7357
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My brother's 02 grand am 2.2L would not start. Car has spark, fuel pump works,
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In most cases, either the sensor in the lock cylinder is faulty, or the chip in the key.
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2004 pontiac grand am car will not start


the security light will flash and disable the fuel injectors preventing the car from starting, if it thinks that it is being stolen. its easy to fix. set the parking brake to turn off the automatic headlights. next turn the key to the on position and wait ten minutes. the security light should stop flashing. then turn the key off and this will reset the security system. it should start immediatly afterwards.

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Security light on will not start turn key to reset


if you turn the key in the ignition to the on position for 10 minutes it will reset your security light.
I know it sounds funny but trust me it works. try this first! Before you go and spend any money.

Jan 12, 2009 | 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE

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The security system made my 1999 grandprix gt not start


There is no way to disconnect the security system on your car but there is a way to reset it. Roll down the drivers side window and close the door. (Stay out of the car, this is why you roll down the window) Reach in and turn the key to the On position. Don't try to start it. Leave the key on for ten minutes. After ten minutes, reach in and turn the key off. Then try to start the car. This usually will reset the security system. I hope this is helpful.

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