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The HHR requires a bypass module which controls the starter resistance, and the door locks. This vehicle has a one wire lock system which locks the doors by sending a certain resistance, and unlocks by sending a different resistance. If you are using a compatible bypass module, check all your connections to make sure they are connected tightly, and then double check the programing you used for the bypass module. You may have to unplug and re-program the module in order to fix the problem. If you are not using a module then you need to double check the wire you are tapped into and double check the resistance. Let me know if this does not apply to what you are doing and if so I will need more info in order to trouble shoot for you.
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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