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1991 CAVALIER AUTOMATIC 5 DOOR 1.8

I HAVE A BUILT IN IMMOBILISER WHICH KEEPS ON PREVENTING MY CAR FROM TURNING OVER,EVERTHING ELECTRIC WORKS BUT THE IGNITION ISN'T KICKING IN AS THE IMMOBILISER WONT ALLOW IT TO, WHATS WRONG ?.

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De-Arm your vehicle, Dont know how go to a dealership and ask one of the staff to explain how. If its factory installed press unlock twice, if you have factory sterio follow instruction in manual for de-arming the system. check OBD1 for trouble codes(easy) email me if you dont know how. Last resort if you havent already, disconnect positive on battery for 1 minute, you will have to de-Arm your vehicle upon reconecting the battery.

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