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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try to shift your key in either direction while try to turn your steering in left and right direction. May be its steering lock which is attached to your ignition key preventing shifting of key. If not, then its obviously your ignition that has gone.
If you decide to change ignition then as a last try Dip your key in lubricating oil and then insert in ignition to turn it on. May be it can help.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
Sounds to me like you may need a new rectifier put in the alternator,a shorted diode in the alternator could be powering up things that should go dead with the key in the off position.To prove this,instead of pulling the fuse,take the plug out of the alternator and if all is well,you have your answer.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
SOURCE: Battery went dead on my
You have lost the coding for the FOBS in the keyless entry module, so the FOBS must be reprogrammed to work. Here is the procedure to reprogramm the FOBS. Follow the instructions exactly, they do work. Put one key in the on position in the ignition (do not start) and put another Then, hit one of the FOB buttons (if you have more than one, you must The horn will beep once for the number of FOB, example: 1 beep for the first Then turn the door key back to left until the horn beeps three times to
key in the driver's door and turn to the unlock position (counterclockwise)
and hold til it beeps three times, about 10-15 seconds, then return to center
position (leave in the door).
program all FOBs at the same time or else ones that worked won't work
FOB, 2 beeps for the second, etc.
deactivate program mode, and remove the ignition key.
Put one key in the on position in the ignition (do not start) and put another
Then, hit one of the FOB buttons (if you have more than one, you must
The horn will beep once for the number of FOB, example: 1 beep for the first
Then turn the door key back to left until the horn beeps three times to
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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