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CarGurusFeb 3, 2014 - SECURITY SYSTEM LIGHT COMES ON - CAR TURNS OVER WON[T START ... Insert the ignition key into the driver door lock. ... When I start my car 3 keys programmed pops up on my dashboard what does that mean.
CarGurusFeb 23, 2011 - Why does the anti theft system keep tripping on my 03 malibu - Every other day my anti-theft system goes off in my car then I have to reset it. It's not ha... ...it needs a pass lock sensor/ ignition lock cylinder. 10 out of 10 people think ... Wait 10 minutes until the light stops flashing, then start. Repairs could run ...
This is the anti-theft system working properly. The vehicle has lost communication with the key and it this causes it to go into theft mode. This can happen randomly, or if the battery in the vehicle was replaced. Unfortunately this means a trip to the dealership to have them reprogram a key.
I have had the same problem. This has happened to me three times in the past nine months or so. Per the owner's manual, you turn the key to the on position and wait about ten minutes. This resets the system and when the "Theft System" light goes out, it starts right up. I did this each time and it started right up.
The late-90's GM Passlock system (e.g. 1997 Malibu, Regal, Impala, etc.) has a part around the ignition tumbler that goes bad and no longer reliably detects the valid key. In that situation, the "Theft System" light will slowly flash and the carburetor is cut off so the engine won't start. The time-out on the system is 10 minutes - you don't have to do anything, you don't have to disconnect the battery, the key can be out of the ignition -- it's just a time delay. After 10 minutes, the light goes out and you can try again (but if the key is again not detected, the light will start flashing again and you have to wait another 10 minutes)
Someone else, who had this problem, told me to remove all other keys from my keyring. The weight of the other keys pulls on the ignition key causing the key to be unreadable. It has been 7 weeks since I have been doing this and have not had a problem
all gm vehicles from 97-2005 have a theft system called the passlock system. (how to deactivate system on chevy malibu) turn key on engine off, let it stay on for at least 10 minutes, then turn ignition off, take out key from ignition switch. after 1 minute start the car. you can also go to tubesound.com to disable system for good. --tubesound.com/passlocksystem. ( just type in the problem when page comes up ). have a good day!! vehicle will not start with system blinking. it thinks its being stolen.
it resets the anti theft system, so vehicle will start. all gm vehicles from 97-2005, contain a anti theft system called a passlock system. go to tubesound.com to disable passlock for good. (just type in your problem when page comes up).
all general motors vehivles from 97-2005 contain an anti-theft system, called a passlock system. try this it will work on a malibu theft system. turn key on engine off for about 10 minutes,after 10 minutes turn key off. wait 15 seconds then try to start car. if it is the passlock system this will reset it.
when security light comes on your car is in theft mode.you can try another key.if engine still dont crank.dealership have to fix it.they have check the ignition switch and.pcm theft detterrant system.also cars keys have a chip on it.they have to check to see if pcm is reading the keys.if not they have to replace ignition switch and keys and reprogram your pcm theft deterrant system.so your car will crank.
The theft passlock is shutting your fuel off try this Put your key in turn it on dont start wait 10mins take key out wait 10seconds repeat 3 times total 30mins. If that dont work try another key do the same process. If this dont work a new ignition switch needs installed by a dealer because reprogramming is needed.Or You are right you can install a bypass switch bulldog.com will tell you how or take it somewhere where they install remote starts and they can do it
I think the anti theft anewer is correct. I have an extra key for my
'99 Lincoln continental that apparently doesnt have whatever "chip" it
needs in it. If you try to use that key it cranks but won't start. I
don't know if the key "chip" can fail or not. Maybe a quick
conversation with a lock smith will shed some light on the