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I need to see if there is any way to bypass the security pass switch in the ignition lock on a 2005 Chevy Impala

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Nope theft security system is part of the bcm and pcm,no way to bypass,it will disable car so you cant crank it.

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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How to determine the resistance needs to bypass the TDM and passlock on my 04 Chevy Impala


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Why doesnt my 2000 chevy impala have injection pulse


your anti theft device is activated,you need to lock and unlock your doors a couple times with the key fob,not the key,and then you need to put the key in the ignition and start it,if you dont have your key fob,call your car dealer to get a new one,they are programmed for each car only,you cannot bypass it.

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Have 2003 chevy impala will not start. how do i by pass thy security system?


I was told u cant bypass security light - it may be a broken wire or a wire came off starter or it could be the key switch - mine would do that - leave key in the ignition (may have to leave ignition on) for any where from 11 - 30 minutes and see if it starts then - if it does I had to have the ignition replaced and there is a recall on those for that - it costed me $605 to get it fixed - waiting to here back from Chevy about getting reimbursed for it!

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I got a new ignition and my 2005 chevy impaula will not start what do i do


The security system is locking you out after the ignition change. You will need to have it "learned" or bypassed.

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I have a 2005 Chevy Impala and my ignition wouldnt turn so i took out the switch and tried to find any release pins or something to free it up. well after all night of trying to figure it out with no...


Hello and welcome, inside the lock cylinder is a sensor called a pass lock sensor. this sensor is part of the theft system. when you drilled out the lock cylinder, you damaged the pass lock sensor. the only thing you can do, is replace the entire lock cylinder, and the theft system will have to be relearned

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You have to have the key coded with the ignition switch at a lock smith,or the dealer.

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Someone may have tried to steal the car and damaged the lock's internal pins. Replace the entire lock with new.

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I have a problem whith the passlock i want to know how to bypass it thanks


THERE IS NO BYPASS FOR THIS SYSTEM. THE PASS LOCK SENSOR IS LOCATED IN THE IGNITION SWITCH HOUSING IN THE STEERING COLUMN AND HAS TO RECIEVE A SIGNAL FROM THE ROTATION OF THE IGNITION SWITCH TO ENABLE STARTUP. IF IT IS SETTING A B2960 CODE OR SOMETHING RELATED TO PASS LOCK SENSOR IT NEEDS TO BE REPLACED AND REPROGRAMMED. THERE IS A MANUAL PROCEDURE FOR THIS SHOULD YOU DECIDE TO REPLACE IT.

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2005 chevrolet impala ignition swich


Even if you bypassed the switch, your steering would remain locked. In order to determine what is wrong with it, (other than the obvious) It will need to be taken apart. You will need a manual (such as Haynes, chilton etc) in order to do this safely and correctly.

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on some GM cars you couldn't just replace the radio with an after market, because the radio is also part of the computer, controls the theft system and the door locks and much more, you have to buy an extra adapter that bypasses the old module, otherwise it will lock the car down, you should try to put the old unit back in and if the car starts up like it should, if it does you need to go to a larger radio shop and ask for the bypass module for the radio i think its like 60 or 70 dollars

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