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That is because the immobiliser is now activated. The key and the ignition lock need pairing. One way always works, the other works most times.
Phone the dealership and ask them to come out and pair them. don't tell them you changed the lock unless you have to :>)
Disconnect the battery for an hour and then reconnect it. This reactivates and resets the ECM, which recognises the key chip and the ignition chip, and thinks they must be right for each other. When the system is paired, the ECM releases power to the ignition.
make sure it is in park with ignition on to adjust seat,
CONDITIONS FOR MEMORIZED POSITION ACTIVATION Ignition key "ON" and shift lever in "P" position All parts of the memorized positions can be activated. However, if the brake pedal is being depressed, the seat position will not change. Key not in ignition switch and within 30 seconds of opening driver's door The memorized position can be activated. If any driving position memory switch is pushed while one of the memorized driving position profiles is being activated, the operation will stop. To reactivate the system, push the desired button ("1" or "2") again. The driving position memory control system cannot be operated while the vehicle is moving. If the vehicle's battery is disconnected, the computer's memory will be erased and the memorized position will have to be set again.
if you wouldve followed
paulmacintyre s answer,you would not have needed to post it again,
Great! Now you just need to clear the code and see if it returns. If not, you fixed it. A scan tool or code reader can clear the code or you can just disconnect the battery for 10 seconds. HOWEVER, if you have an anti-theft radio, you will need the reactivation code before disconnecting the battery. (The code should be in the paper work that you received when the car was purchased.)
normally a four digit code if you have the original books ith car and the same radio fitted should be a code in the book to reactivate radio after you reconnect you battery small radio book with owners manual
if you have an anti-theft radio option, when you disconnect the battery you disable the radio. there is a code you need to activate so this does'nt happen, but you must do it before you disconnect the battery. by taking the truck to a dealer, he will use the VIN number and the radio serial number to get the reactivation code from the GM tech service computer bank----------just another example of the useless **** GM puts on their vehicles and costs their customers more money and time.
You need to code ..punch in code then power radio up and it will work. For a fee if its the original radio for this car the code can be retrieved by the dealer. If you entered to code incorrectly more than 4 times you will need to disconnect battery for 30 second and re-enter code. good luck and thanks for using FIX YA