Question about 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
You must let the keys reprogram themselves by following a lenghtly proceedure. Turn your key to on position but do not start. Leave it for 10 minutes & then turn key off. Repeat 2 more times exactly 10 minutes & do not start. At this point the key should be reprogramed & be able to start car. You may have to do the same thing for each additional key. The only alternative is to take it to the dealer & have them reprogram the keys. Whenever the battery or alternator is disconnected the keys are affected. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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