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My 1999 pontiac sun fire wont start,i noticed the anti theft warning light is blinking..what should i do? hope to hear from you guys tnx!

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Usually this is a problem with the passlock sensor which is part of teh ignition key cylinder. The ignition cylinder will have to be replaced the initialized before the car will start

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