Question about 1996 Pontiac Grand Am
I had a similar problem after replacing the instrument cluster. I found a couple solutions, but try this.....Now, I assume you mean the car cranks, and then immediately shuts itself off with the theft light blinking??? Leave the key on for 12 minutes after it does that, and then crank the car again WITHOUT turning the key back to off. You may have to do this 3 times before it accepts it as a passlock reset. This works on the one where there is no chip in the key, just a passlock on the ignition cylinder. Mine ran for 2 days after the first time i did this before I had to do it again at the gas pump. I think it happened once more after that, but I've hasd no problem for 6 or 8 months now.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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