Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Am
Most likely it is the anti theft module. The computer thinks the car has been stolen. The only solution I have been
able to find is to tow it to a dealer. They are the only one who can reprogram the module in the steering column to
match your existing keys. It is a huge secret and they will lie to you about how it is done. There is a special
computer they use that is kept under lock and key and when they plug it in to your car, it connects to the factory
and the mechanic at your dealer does not even know what happens. I have searched the internet for hours and
hours and the information is not out there. Your auto club should pay the tow. Make sure you keep the door lock
remote or spare key in your pocket because the computer will lock the doors without warning and if the keys are
in the ignition you are screwed.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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