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Turn over but dont crank dont understand that part but the flashing theft on malibe its always the ignition baril thats defective i try to add a video to show you if you leave the key on for 20 minute the theft should come off try to start it should start but you got to change that baril
Posted on Apr 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is a pass lock system just turn the key to the on position, but do not start the engine and wait 10 minutes until the light stops flashing. Then turn it off and restart it. It should go away. If the light is not flashing in the first place then I don't know.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
You can the procedure below by following the details to reset the Passlock system. Otherwise, you will need to have it diagnosed and repaired. There is no quick way to disable an alarm system on any vehicle, if this could be simply done, the alarm system would be useless.
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Posted on Dec 03, 2010
SOURCE: 01 chevy malibu it starts but after 3 sec turns off fuel pressure guage says fuel pump is workin we even by passed tha theft system we changed the crank sensor and fuel pump relay any other ideas?
3 seconds is a brutally short time to have the engine run. That's almost the same time that it takes to crank it over to try to start it. Is there any chance that it is actually stopping firing when the key is allowed to return to "run" from the "start" position?
If you have fuel, and you have spark, it will run. It sounds like you have fuel available, so unless the injectors are not triggering (bad sensor or wiring) something is killing your spark. Try checking each component separately and you should find which one is giving you grief.
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
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