Question about 1996 Oldsmobile Aurora
Your ignition key has an embedded chip.
If you have a spare, try that, don't use a simple copy that has no chip. You can use that copy for the doors, etc, but not the ignition.
You might turn key "upside down" if you get the same message again.
If you don't have a spare, a locksmith willhave to program a new key for you ($50) at Ace Hardware or True Value. ... Dealer ($80)
Hope this helps!
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