Question about 2004 Chevrolet Malibu
There is no wat yo by-pass the anti theft system on these vehicles. If you just had a key cut for it, it may need to be programed, however this being a little bit of a problem with the malibu, most likely the ignition switch & housing has quit reading the key and does not recognize it, thus causing the problem. Another poss problem is if you are still using the same old key that have used forever, its possible that the key is getting so worn form going in and out the the ignition switch that the switch & housing does not recognize it anymore and you may just have to get a new key cut for it and have it programed. Hoped this helps.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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