Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
Put the key in the ignition, key ON, flip switch in opposite direction, then turn the key off and the LED in your dash area goes on solid.
This should reset the alarm, and reset the grounded relay on the starter wire, allowing you to start the engine. Just Repeat these steps to place it back to usable armed mode. You may get 2 chirps, confirming it, and the lights may flash twice as well. That should do it.
A relay and resistor setup is needed to bypass. See PAASLOCK2.COM for the proper methods avail.
But, if you want to just remove this system from the equation entirelly,
I suggest the PLJX bypass kit to get around this issue.
This Passlock Bypass Module is designed to momentarilly allow the engine to remote start by sending a proper coded pulse to open the fuel rail passlock injector cut off circuit.
The output from an alarm/remote starter would then shut down the pulse, once it has detected the engine has engaged, and preserve the integrity of the passlock system.
The charts can be gotten for all cars at www.vehiclewires.com or www.passlock2.com
Hope this help.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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Ignition Lock Cylinder Case, Including the Passlock?"¢ Sensor
The ignition lock cylinder fits inside the ignition lock cylinder case and operates the ignition switch when turned by a key with the proper mechanical cut. When the ignition key is used to turn the ignition lock cylinder to crank, start, a magnet on the lock cylinder passes close to the Passlock?"¢ sensor within the ignition lock cylinder case. The magnet activates the security hall effect sensor in the Passlock?"¢ sensor which completes a circuit from the security sensor signal circuit through a resistor to the security sensor low reference circuit. The resistance value will vary from vehicle to vehicle.
If a magnet from outside of the ignition lock cylinder case is used to attempt to steal the vehicle, the tamper hall effect sensor will be activated. This completes a circuit from the security sensor signal circuit through a tamper resistor to the security sensor low reference circuit bypassing the security resistor. If the ignition switch is forced to rotate without the correct key, or if the ignition lock cylinder is removed by force, the Passlock?"¢ sensor will be damaged and will not operate.
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