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06 buick lucerne wonr crank key wont turn to off position shifter stuck in park


Define won't crank ? I'am assuming the key will turn to the start position ! When doing so does the starter spin the engine or not ? Trying to define your problem of won't crank . If when you turn the key to start position an the starter spins the engine over but doesn't start an run , this is a cranks no start condition . If nothing happens when you turn the key to start , this is a no crank no start condition . Your vehicle has a safety system , shift interlock , won't let it shift out of park if the brake pedal isn't pressed . Won't let the key turn off either . Electronics involved , locking solenoid's etc.... Floor or column shift ?
The automatic transmission shift lock control system is a safety device that prevents an inadvertent shift out of PARK when the engine is running. The driver must press the brake pedal before moving the shift lever out of the PARK position. The system consists of the following components:
• The automatic transmission shift lock solenoid (serviced as the automatic transmission shift lock actuator), as well as the body control module (BCM) and the engine control module (ECM)/powertrain control module (PCM). The shift lock solenoid is located within the floor shift control assembly with vehicles equipped with floor shift.
• The BCM controls the voltage supply circuit of the shift lock control solenoid. The following conditions must be before the BCM will supply voltage to the shift lock control solenoid.
The BCM controls the voltage to the shift lock control solenoid through the shift lock control solenoid controlled voltage circuit. The following conditions must be met before the BCM will supply voltage to the shift lock solenoid:
• The ignition is in the ON position.
• The ECM/PCM sends an input via GMLAN serial data to the BCM indicating the transmission is in the PARK position.
• The BCM determines the brake pedal is applied according the brake pedal position.
Since the shift lock control solenoid is permanently grounded, the BCM supplies voltage to the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid, mechanically unlocking the shift lever allowing the driver to move the shift lever out of the PARK position as the solenoid energizes. When the brake pedal is not applied, the BCM turns the control voltage output of the shift lock control solenoid OFF, de-energizing the shift lock control solenoid. The de-energized solenoid mechanically locks the shift lever in the PARK position.
During remote start operation, the BCM will de-energize the shift lock control circuit, locking the shift lever in the PARK position.

Plus the reverse lock out !
The reverse lockout system is a safety feature which prevents an inadvertent shift into reverse at speeds above 5 km/h (3 mph). The system consists of the following components:
• The engine control module (ECM)/powertrain control module (PCM)
• The reverse lockout solenoid
With the ignition ON, battery voltage is supplied directly to reverse lockout solenoid. At forward speeds above 5 km/h (3 mph), the ECM/PCM commands the reverse lockout solenoid ON by grounding the control circuit of the solenoid. This energizes the solenoid and mechanically prevents the shift lever from being moved into the REVERSE position. At forward speeds below 5 km/h (3 mph), the ECM/PCM commands the reverse lockout solenoid OFF, de-energizing the solenoid, which allows the shift lever to move into the REVERSE position.

Power Mode Master
This vehicles BCM functions as the power mode master (PMM). The ignition switch is a low current switch with multiple discrete ignition switch signals to the PMM for determination the power mode that will be sent over the serial data circuits to the other modules that need this information, and so the PMM will activate relays and other direct outputs of the PMM as needed. Refer to Power Mode Description and Operation for a complete description of power mode functions.
You have no clue of the electronics in your vehicle , your best bet have it towed to the Buick dealer .

Apr 08, 2017 | 2006 Buick Lucerne

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Keyless fob lock out


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How to reset the security lockout on a Saturn Vue

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Nov 30, 2014 - How to reset the security lockout on a Saturn Vue. ... Now, though, not only does the "phone start" system still fail to function, the remote start fob now fails to work as well. ... the Passlock system starts out in what I'll call "agressive" mode. ... basically disabling it: Get the original factory remote unlock key fob, ...

Jan 08, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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2000 suburban was stolen replaced ignition cylinder it turns over but no start


Do you have a security light lit or flashing on the Instrument cluster ?
The theft deterrent system has been incorporated into the body control module (BCM). The theft deterrent is provided in order to prevent the vehicle operation if the correct key is not used in order to start the vehicle. The ignition key turns the lock cylinder. The cylinder rotation produces an analog voltage code in the passlock?"¢ sensor. This voltage code is received by the BCM. The BCM compares the voltage code to the previousely learned voltage code. If the codes match, a class 2 message is sent from the BCM to the powertrain control module (PCM)/vehicle control module (VCM). The message enables the fuel injectors.
The design of the passlock?"¢ system is to prevent vehicle theft by disabling the engine unless the ignition lock cylinder rotates properly by engaging the correct ignition key. The system is similar in concept to the passkey system. However, the passlock?"¢ system eliminates the need for a key mounted resistor pellet. The components of the passlock?"¢ system are as follows:
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The ignition lock cylinder


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The ignition switch


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The passlock?"¢ sensor


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The Body control module (BCM)


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The security telltale


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The vehicle/powertrain control module (VCM/PCM)


The ignition lock cylinder is located at the upper right side of the steering column. The Passlock?"¢ sensor is in the steering column. The Passlock?"¢ sensor is separate from the key and lock cylinder. The key and the lock cylinder work together in order to determine if the proper ignition key was used to start the vehicle.
In the event of an open Class 2 serial data line between the BCM and the VCM/PCM, the vehicle will become fail-enabled if the VCM/PCM has already received the password from the BCM for that ignition cycle (the engine is running). In this event, the following conditions occur:
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The security telltale will be ON continuously.


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The VCM/PCM will become fail-enabled for future ignition cycles.

If a failure in the Class 2 serial data line occurs before the ignition cycle, when the VCM/PCM is not fail-enabled, the following conditions occur:
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The VCM/PCM will never receive a valid password in order to enable the fuel injectors.


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The vehicle will not start.


The lock cylinder and the visible key insert portion of the ignition switch are located at the upper right side of the steering column. The electrical switching portion of the assembly is separate from the key and lock cylinder. The electrical switch portion is hidden inside the steering column. The electrical switch portion and the key and lock cylinder synchronize and work in conjunction through the action of the mechanical assembly between the 2 parts.
Passlock?"¢ Sensor
The passlock?"¢ sensor is inside the upper right side of the steering column. The passlock?"¢ sensor contains 2 hall effect sensors. The tamper hall effect sensor is on the top. The security hall effect sensor is under the tamper hall effect sensor. Both of the hall effect sensors monitor the magnet of the lock cylinder through an opening. The tamper hall effect sensor is physically placed on top of the security hall effect sensor. This arrangement enables the tamper hall effect sensor to engage first if an intruder attempts to bypass the passlock?"¢ sensor by placing a large magnet around that area of the steering column. There is a tamper resistor inside the passlock?"¢ sensor in order to help prevent tamper to the system. Passlock?"¢ equipped vehicles have a selection of 10 different security resistors ranging from 0.5K ohms up to 13.6K ohms. Installing one of the security resistors inside the passlock?"¢ sensor will generate a unique passlock?"¢ code. All 10 combinations of the passlock?"¢ sensor have the same part number. However, you cannot simply replace the passlock?"¢ sensor and expect the system to operate properly. Always start by performing the Diagnostic System Check first and following the instructions.
SECURITY Telltale
The SECURITY telltale appears on the message center inside the instrument cluster. If the SECURITY telltale flashes or if the SECURITY telltale lights continuously during the vehicle operation, refer to the system diagnosis.
Fuel Lockout Cycle
The Passlock?"¢ system has a lockout cycle of approximately 10 minutes. Once the vehicle is in the lockout cycle, the vehicle remains in the lockout cycle for 10 minutes, even if the ignition switch is turned from the RUN position to the OFF position.
The Passlock?"¢ system uses the lockout cycle in order to synchronize all of the Passlock?"¢ components when any Passlock?"¢ related part is changed. The Passlock?"¢ system requires 3 consecutive lockout cycles in order to complete the 30 minute learn procedure for a changed component.

Mar 10, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Keyless entry wont program on my malibu 2000


1. Close the vehicle doors.
2. Turn OFF the ignition.
3. Remove the key from the ignition.
4. Press and hold the driver side door lock switch to UNLOCK position.
5. Insert the ignition key into the ignition lock cylinder and remove the key. (Do not turn the ignition key in the lock cylinder.)
6. Insert the ignition key into the ignition lock cylinder and remove the key. (Do not turn the ignition key in the lock cylinder.)
7. Insert the ignition key into the ignition lock cylinder. (Do not turn the ignition key in the lock cylinder.) Leave the ignition key in the ignition lock cylinder.
8. Release the door lock switch. The vehicle will sound three beeps in order to verify the Program Mode has been activated.
9. Press the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons together on the keyless entry transmitter and hold until the vehicle beeps twice to verify that the transmitter has been successfully programmed (this take approximately 15 seconds).
10. Perform the previous step to program up to four transmitters (including your old ones). 11. Remove the ignition key in order to exit the Program Mode.

May 08, 2014 | 2000 Chevrolet Malibu

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Honeywell R7284 lockout


cant get ignition has lock out mode 35 times what do i do it,s electronic 1 year old

Feb 06, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

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Battery went dead had my keys in it and the key pad was dead so we manually unlocked it with a lockout kit just put a rod in and pulled the lock and got in and jumped it off and it would not start! they...


When you pulled the lock using that lockout kit, you destroyed the ignition switch security circuit. From what you are saying it had a chip embedded in the key and when those are pulled the anti-theft system engages and kills the vehicle from starting. Normally this stops the vehicle from even cranking but in some cases it just kills part of the power circuit. Replace the ignition switch. This assumes your key was covered on one end with a plastic cover essentially hiding that security chip. Now if this is not the case you are going to have to narrow down what is faulting and confirm you have good connections and that the reason the battery died wasn't the voltage regulator going out.

Sep 09, 2011 | Ford Explorer Cars & Trucks

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Hello. I have a 2004 Monte Carlo SS. Just recently, I have experienced my car not starting. I have had ONSTAR do a Diagnostic test from my car, while I am in it, and it comes back fine. What happens is, I...


Read the following paragraph from GM, this will give you some insight on the passlock system on your vehicle.

The electrical switching portion of the ignition lock cylinder assembly is separate from the key and lock cylinder. The electrical switch portion and the key and lock cylinder synchronize and work in conjunction through the action of the mechanical assembly between the two components.

PASSLOCK(TM) SENSOR
The Passlock(TM) sensor contains 2 hall effect sensors. The tamper hall effect sensor is on the top. The security hall effect sensor is under the tamper hall effect sensor. Both of the hall effect sensors monitor the magnet of the lock cylinder through an opening. The tamper hall effect sensor is physically placed on top of the security hall effect sensor. This arrangement enables the tamper hall effect sensor to engage first if an intruder attempts to bypass the Passlock(TM) sensor by placing a large magnet around that area of the steering column. There is a tamper resistor inside the Passlock(TM) sensor in order to help prevent tamper to the system. Passlock(TM) equipped vehicles have a selection of 10 different security resistors ranging from 0.5K ohms up to 13.6K ohms . Installing one of the security resistors inside the Passlock(TM) sensor will generate a unique Passlock(TM) code. All 10 combinations of the Passlock(TM) sensor have the same part number.

BODY CONTROL MODULE
The body control module (BCM) contains the theft deterrent system logic. The BCM reads the Passlock(TM) data from the Passlock(TM) sensor. If the Passlock(TM) data is correct, the BCM will send a class 2 message to the PCM to enable the fuel injectors and crank relay.

During the tamper mode the vehicle may start. The vehicle will then stall. If the BCM receives the wrong Passlock(TM) data, the VTD system will immediately go into the tamper mode. The tamper mode will lock-out the vehicle fuel injectors and crank relay for 10 minutes . The SECURITY indicator will flash while the VTD is in the tamper mode.

If the Passlock(TM) sensor sends a correct password to the BCM when the ignition is in the ON position, the BCM will send a fuel enable and crank relay enable signal to the PCM.

SECURITY INDICATOR
The SECURITY indicator appears on the message center inside the instrument cluster. If the SECURITY indicator flashes or if the SECURITY indicator lights continuously during vehicle operation, refer to the system diagnosis.

POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE
The PCM communicates with the BCM over the Class 2 serial data line. When the BCM determines an incorrect password, it sends a Class 2 serial data password to the PCM in order to disable the crank relay and fuel injection system. If the BCM receives the expected voltage from the Passlock(TM) sensor, the BCM sends a class 2 serial data password to the PCM in order to enable the crank relay and fuel injection system. The PCM then allows the vehicle to start normally.

FUEL LOCKOUT CYCLE
The Passlock(TM) system has a lockout cycle of approximately 10 minutes . Once the vehicle is in the lockout cycle, the vehicle remains in the lockout cycle for 10 minutes , even if the ignition switch is turned from the ON position to the OFF position.

The Passlock(TM) system uses the lockout cycle in order to synchronize all of the Passlock(TM) components when any Passlock(TM) related part is replaced. The Passlock(TM) system requires 3 consecutive lockout cycles in order to complete the 30 minute learn procedure for a changed component.

CHANGING THE PASSLOCK(TM) COMPONENTS
The design of the Passlock(TM) system is to prevent theft even if the various theft deterrent parts change. The parts that can no longer be changed without the possibility of going into a tamper mode are:

* The Passlock(TM) sensor
* The BCM
* The PCM

If you replace any of these parts the vehicle may not start for 10 minutes . This is the long tamper mode. If this occurs, the system must go through a long tamper mode cycle. During this time the SECURITY indicator will be flashing for the full 10 minutes and DTC B3031 will be set. The BCM and the PCM require the full 10 minutes in order to complete a learn cycle. The ignition switch must remain in the ON position until the SECURITY indicator stops flashing. You will need to repeat the cycle if the ignition switch does not remain in the ON position. When replacing any of the above parts, perform the Programming Theft Deterrent System Components procedure.

The design of the Passlock(TM) system is to prevent the vehicle operation if the proper ignition key is not used in order to start the vehicle. The mechanical key, in normal operation, will turn the ignition lock cylinder. The Passlock(TM) sensor monitoring the position of the lock cylinder will relay the Passlock(TM) data to the body control module (BCM). The BCM will determine the validity of the Passlock(TM) data. The BCM will send a password to the powertrain control module (PCM). When the PCM receives the correct password the PCM allows the crank relay and fuel injectors to operate normally. The Passlock(TM) system requires the PCM and the BCM to communicate the various functions in order to operate. These functions transmit over the class 2 serial data line. For an explanation of the class 2 serial data description and operation refer to Data Link Communications Description and Operation in Data Link Communications.

Jul 19, 2011 | 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Our 2004 impala goes into security mode for not and will not start


The pass lock may be having an issue and might need replaced or reprogrammed to your key.
PASSKEY LOCKOUT RESET ALL GM CARS 1999 AND UP
1) Put the key in the ignition and turn to the "ON" position. Leave it that way for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes turn the key and take it out. Repeat this process (2) more times (3 times, 30 minutes total) This should reset the PASSKEY system to recognize your key
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After the last time the vehicle should start.

If not the ignition tumbler may need replaced.

Jun 18, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Impala

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1999 Chevy silverado z71trying to program a new key fob


Use this procedure for New Body Style.
1. Close all doors
2. Insert key into ignition
3. Hold down the power UNLOCK button on the driver's door panel, continue to hold down
until instructed to release in step 9.

4. Perform steps 5 through 8 in a fairly rapid succession.
5. Turn the ignition to the ON position (as far as you can go without starting the engine.)
6. Turn the ignition to the OFF position.
7. Turn the ignition to the ON position (as far as you can go without starting the engine.)
8. Turn the ignition to the OFF position.
9. Release the power UNLOCK button on the door panel. The vehicle should respond by
door locks locking and unlocking automatically. (If locks do not cycle after you let go,
not before you let go of the unlock button, then the vehicle has not entered programming
mode and you must start procedure over. Remove key from ignition, open drivers door
and return to step 1 ). If the locks do cycle automatically then proceed to step 10.

10. Hold down the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on the remote until the doors lock and
unlock. This may take up to 30 seconds.

11. Repeat step 10 NOW for each additional remote. (Including any existing remotes).
12. Turn the ignition to the ON position to exit the programming mode.
13. Test remote(s).




Apr 29, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Security light comes on and vehicle wont start


You could try resetting the computer. The car maybe in lockout mode. Try turning your car over….leave the ignition on. Wait exactly 10 min. Then try turning over again….again leave the key on. Wait exactly 10 min and do it a third time….this time the car should start…maybe run a lil rough while it relearns the processes of your vehicle again. It is important to wait the exact 10 min each time. You will probably need a battery charger or a set of jumper cables because if your car goes low during this process it will not work. Good luck and I hope this works.

Apr 15, 2010 | 2003 Pontiac Grand Am

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