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Re: 2003 chevy express cutaway
Odd, and hard to figure out without hearing
the "scratching". I'd say run over to
the local GM service bay, and ask them to
do some inspecting. It's all covered under
a warranty right now I suspect, so have the
anomolies checked out while you can for free.
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Attempt to start the car. If it does not start, or dies very quickly after it started, then leave the key in the ignition in the "ON" position and wait 10 minutes. Make sure the security light is flashing. After 10 minutes the security light will stop flashing and either turn off or stay on steadily. When it does, then turn the ignition off, wait 20 seconds and attempt to restart the car.
Repeat this procedure three times in quick succession without removing the key from the ignition.
Start the car following the third 10-minute waiting period. The car should start and stay on. If it stays running, then the codes have been relearned and the problem is solved. If the car still does not start then you may need to have all or part of the passlock system replaced
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 switch is underneath the steering wheel. the steering wheel needs to be pulled to replace the switch. the airbag is in the steering wheel, and a trained tech with a puller is needed to pull that wheel off without screwing up the airbag.
Turn the igition to on,then off.Pull on the key while the igition is in the lock position at the same time turn the steering wheel left to right.The steering wheel will move slightly while in the lock position
Try under the dash, attached to colum is a switch that the rod goes into from your ignition key switch, that may need to be adjusted tword your steering wheel just a touch, they go out of alignmnet from time to time