Question about Oldsmobile Cutlass
does the key have a computer chip built into it. i think it does . if this is the case that,s your problem. the key has to match the computer in the car it,s programed from the factory like this. you either have to use the original ignition lock and key or get the lock in your new column keyed to your original key by a lock smith. than your car will start. good luck.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
They are unrelated. Just make sure your brake release is fully relesed. The switch turns the light on if the release isn't against it fully.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
the last solution is not correct i am a professional locksmith and the problem is that the ignition har two wires that read your key and they must if not already broken in the event of the last happening do not settle for repair ignition must be replaced along with a new set of wires that come with the new ignition if the locksmith offers a repair ask if you are getting new ignition or are they just fixing the problem if they are just fixing move on and shop somewhere else crook on site or just not very proffesional, good luck, i have work on approximately 30 cars with same problem for at least 10 years
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Open ,and shut the doors,and the hood,and the trunk,then set the anti-theft,leave it set for 5 minutes,then disarm the anti-theft,and then try and start the vehicle.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
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