Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE IGNITION NOT KNOWING IF THE RIGHT KEY IS BEING USED. IT MAKES ITSELF THINK IT HAS BEEN STOLEN SO YOU HAVE TO HAVE THE DEALER REFLASH YOU SECURITY SYSTEM.
ALL I KNOW TO TRY IS TO WAIT 3 MINTUES AFTER TRYING TO START IT, AND FASTEN YOUR SEATBELT THEN TRY TO START. IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE PASSKEY ll SECURITY SYSTEM. I HAVE HEARD THAT WHEN THIS HAPPENS IT MAY BE A FUSE GOING BAD BUT IT ALSO MAY NEED TO BE "RE-LEARNED". SO IT MAY NEED TO GO TO DEALER
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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