Question about 1995 Buick Roadmaster
First off when you had the new key cut did the use a tester to find the number of the chip in the original key, if the numbers don't match it will not start.If you did not have a key they would have to hook up the tester to the car to read the number programed in to the pass key module..With all that correct GM has had many many issues with the ignition cylinder ( not the ignition switch which mounts down on the steering coloum) .On GM cars their are two very fine wires (orange) going from the cylinder to the module one of these wires often break the same tester that checks the key number also checks this issue but without it all you can do is a visual inspection of the cylinder the wire brakes right at the cylinder I know it sounds like a lot but without the special testing equipment the the dealer has these are not easy to diagnosis... Good Luck
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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