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My car was recently pushed away from my house yestreday(stolen)they could't start my car because i have a gps system that needs a 6digit code.once they got in they relize that some how they was able to put my car in alarm was going off and someone called the police.they was'nt able to get far at all.but now my car won't start when i put my key in i can turn it back and the power will come on.9RADIEO,WINDOWSAND LOCKS)BUT IT WILL NOT TURN ALL THE WAY TO THE START DIRECTION IT FEEL LIKE SOMETHING IS CATCHING IT.SOMEONE LOOKED AT MY CAR AND SAID THAT THE COLLULM AND THE IGNITION IS FINE.HE WAS UNDER THE CAR MOVING THE GEAR WITH HIS HANDS WHILE I WAS MOVING THE WHEEL AND TRYING TO START THE CAR .BUT WE GOT NO WHERE HE HAD TO GO.I STILL CAN'T START MY CAR WHAT COULD IT BE?

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Hi guys I need the radio code for my 2010 Holden Captiva vin KL3CD26GJAB093532 ?? Cheers

Sorry I could probably give you the code but for security reasons i decline.No disrespect to you but in reality radio's do get stolen.As you will know doubt appreciate if someone had stolen your radio and I gave away your radio code to them I'm sure you would not be very pleased, I know If it was mine i would be very annoyed. If you take your vehicle to a holden Dealer with proof of ownership for a small sum of money they will obtain the code and may be able to reset your radio while you wait. sorry once again Good luck.

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Car stolen last night. any way for the car to be tracked???

I read an article about how to find a stolen car there:
Besides filing a report to police, using GPS tracking system to track down your stolen vehicle, there are 5 ways you can have a try:

Way 1. Use Security Camera Systems to Find Your Stolen Car

With the increasing of security awareness, more and more people install security camera systems to prevent home break-ins. Hope you are one of them, because security camera systems are one of the best ways to find your stolen car and vehicle.

One of the most welcomed features of security camera systems is 24/7 continuous recording. If you park your car near your home, your security camera systems will record everything happening to your car. Check all of your home security cameras, especially the one in your garage. Nothing can escape security camera systems' "detective eyes". With the car thief's clear image, and his general escape route, the likelihood of finding your stolen car will significantly increase.

Moreover, you can ask for permission to check your community's security camera systems. If your car is stolen in your community, security camera systems will record the trace of your stolen car. A stolen Chevrolet Silverado car owner got his car back by checking a primary school's security camera systems. All in all, don't forget this effective way when your car is stolen.

Way 2. Call Every Cab Company When Your Car Is Stolen

Whatever the situation is, calling all the cab companies in the area where your car is stolen is definitely a good option to find your stolen car. Taxi drivers seriously outnumber police, thus increasing chances of finding your car. Besides, you should give enough reward, such as $100, to the taxi driver who finds your stolen car. Reward is an incentive to encourage more people to join your stolen vehicle search team, which increases the possibility of recovering your stolen car.

Way 3. Check the City's Transportation Website for Parking Violation

When your car was stolen, the car thief would park your car somewhere and then abandoned it. The car was ticketed and put into the parking violation database, which is available online apparently. You can check if your stolen vehicle is in this database and then go to the area where the violation takes place. After that, contact the police immediately, they will search your car and then release it to you if they find it.

Way 4. Check for Your Stolen Car's Parts Being Sold Online When Your Car Is Stolen

If your car has been parted out, finding who is selling those parts could lead you to recover your wheeled baby. You can use automated checking system, such as Craigslist checker, to track down your stolen vehicle. If you can identify parts from your stolen car, make sure that you contact the police before arranging any meeting with the seller. Car thieves are dangerous guys. Accompanied by the police, you can get your stolen car back more safely and smoothly.

Way 5. Find Your Car with VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)

A vehicle identification number (VIN) is a unique code used by vehicle industry to identify individual motor vehicles, towed vehicles, motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, etc. A car can be tracked through a vehicle identification number.
VIN not only helps you check if your car is stolen, but also plays an important role on recovering your stolen car. First, go toAutoCheck, and purchase vehicle history report. The cost of the report will be between $30 and $40.
Enter your vehicle identification number and credit card details on the vehicle history report search screen, and you will see a chronological history of the places where your car was registered, titled and serviced. The last known registration or service should be the most recent location of your stolen vehicle. Thus you can narrow down the search range when your car is stolen, and get your car back fast.


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Has the car started since you changed the radio? Many manufacturers incorporate an anti-theft system that is tied to and through the radio (radios are frequently stolen rather than the entire car). Did you replace the radio with an OEM model or an aftermarket? If OEM, you may need an unlock code for the radio in order to start your car.

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You never replace anything, on a Wishing,Hoping,Pushing,Poking,diagnostic approach

You learn the vehicles Systems,Test,then Replace,if you have a failed component.

Work on the Misfire Issues.
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I just replaced the starter in my 2000 olds alero and now it wont start it keep flashing thinks it is benig can I fix this

Most likely you replaced the starter because it wouldn't crank over. If this is correct and the security light was flashing before replacing the starter, then most likely you have a problem with the pass-lock system. If your ignition cylinder is located in the dashboard, you will need to remove it and replace the passlock housing.

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Radio should start straight away.
If it is the same as the 3000 series , the numbers are entered as numbers of times you push sequential keys. ie: code 1579 , push number 1 once, push number 2 five times, push number 3 seven times and push number 4 nine times.
If the display is flashing " ERR " you will need to leave the ignition on until it stops flashing and the display reads " CODE" . ( it can take up to an hour)
Hope this helps.

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Your codes are as follows:

18010: "ECT Circuit High Input"
16684: "Random Misifre"
16685: "Cyl 1 Misfire"
16686: "Cyl 2 Misfire"
18010: "Voltage Supply Terminal 30 Voltage Too Low"

Your codes 16684, 16685 and 16686 are symptoms, not the problems. Obviously your engine is running roughly. So, once you get the problem fixed, these codes should go away on their own.

The 18010 code is normally displayed after the vehicle's computer has been re-set or replaced. If you've recently attempted to reset the computer in an effort to fix your issues, don't worry about this code. It too will go away when you get the main problem fixed. If you haven't reset the computer (or disconnected the battery for any other reason), then you'll want to check your battery cables and the power source cables running to your computer to make sure they're connected securely and are free of corosion.

Having said all this, we get to the root of your problem (code 16502). This code is triggered when your Engine Coolant Temp Sensor goes bad. The sensor typically sells for $60.

To remove and replace it:
  1. Allow the engine to cool below 100°F (37°C) before working on the cooling system.
  2. Note the anti-theft code and radio presets for the radio.
  3. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  4. Locate the Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) gauge sending unit.
  5. Drain the engine coolant until it is just below the level of the sensor into a sealable container.
  6. Detach the gauge sending unit electrical connection.
  7. If the sensor is held into the coolant passage with a retaining clip:
    1. Remove the sensor retaining clip, and pull the sensor straight out of the housing.
  8. If the sensor is threaded into the coolant passage:
    1. Loosen the sensor using a crowfoot wrench, a suitable boxed end wrench or a thin-walled 3/8 inch drive 12 point deep well socket and breaker bar.
To install:
  1. If the sensor is held into the coolant passage with a retaining clip:
    1. Install a new O-ring on the sensor.
    2. Using a small amount of fresh coolant or an anti-seizing compound, lightly lubricate the O-ring, and push the sensor in the housing.
    3. While pushing inward on the sensor, install the retaining clip.
  2. If the sensor is threaded into the coolant passage:
    1. Install the sensor with a new crush washer. Tighten the sensor to 12.5-14 ft. lbs. (17-19 Nm).
  3. Plug in the harness connector to the sensor.
  4. Refill the cooling system with the proper type and mixture of coolant and bleed as necessary. For additional information, please refer to the following topic(s): General Information and Maintenance, Fluids and Lubricants.
  5. Reconnect the negative battery cable and re-code the radio as necessary.
  6. Start the engine, allow it to reach operating temperature and check for leaks.

Hope this helps and good luck!

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