Question about 2002 Buick Rendezvous
Sounds as though the computer chip that is in your key is no longer being read by your cars security system. these chips are a basic resistor and have been known to go out from time to time. one thing we do at the lockshop to fix this issue is to hard wire in a resistor to the ignition itself ( of the proper value ). this basically by passes the key security part of the system and you will never have to worry about this problem again. a mechanic or a locksmith can do this bypass for you and it will save you the cost of a new ignition switch which is very expensive. ( the resistor costs about 5 bucks -- and the labor to install is about 75 dollars -- depending on what part of the country you live in ). this will also allow you to just get regular keys made for for spares at the cost of $2.75 instead of $29.95 for chipped keys ).
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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