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1997 Stratus needs imobiliser bypass for Rockwell system.Starts and runs for 6 seconds, cant replace damaged key pad

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How can i bypass the skim made by siemens


There is no way you can. The immobiliser is there to stop EXACTLY what you are trying to do. There is a chip in the key, a chip in the ignition lock and if both are present the ECM releases power to the ignition system.

Mar 24, 2016 | 1997 Dodge Stratus

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Ecu falt change same ecu after no start


When you change the ecu you must to rewrite the imobiliser key code or you must to buy a second hand one with imobiliser and key

Jul 13, 2014 | 2012 Ford Expedition XL 4dr SUV 5.4L V8...

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Kia sportage imobiliser not working


IMOBILIZER IS NEXT TO THE FRONT PASSENGERS LEFT LEG IN THE WALL BEHIND SOME PLASTIC . BUT IT PROB WONT HELP IF YOU HAVE AN AUTO ELECTRICIAN TO OVER RIDE THAT LET US KNOW

Feb 04, 2012 | 1997 Kia Sportage

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Sometimes it will start drive stop turn off will not restart some say fuel pump tried spraying gas in throttle body nothing check for spark none tow to mechanic he tries next day starts drive home turn off...


If the antitheft is acting up in your vehicle. You are looking at 1 of 3 things. Either the vehicle won't crank over and start, It cranks but dies in a couple seconds, or your vehicle shuts off while driving scaring the **** out of you. It starts off as a few "no starts" that annoy you. Then it starts to become a problem when you're late or missing work because of it. It will seem random and unexplained. A sure tell sign is if the security light illuminates on your dash when you turn the key forward. You have now experienced GM's worst security system ever created. GM's security, also known as Passlock Passkey or Vats.

There are 3 parts in this system.
1.The CHIPKEY
Normally a black resister chip in key which "communicates" to the lock cylinder. Sometimes is hidden in the plastic part of keys in new models. Same concept, might say PK1 PK2 PK3 PL or something similar to that. The newer ones work on frequency. Same thing tho.
2.The LOCK CYLINDER
Inside there are pins that read the chip in the key or the part that reads the frequency on new models. This then "communicates" to the TDM)
3.The TDM
Theft Deterrant Module-Sometimes called the "computer" or "brain". This is the part that sends the signal (**NOTE**) to your car and allows your car to start or continue running depending on your type of system.
If any of these parts are not communicating properly, your SECURITY light will come on and shut down your vehicle. The idea being, that without the chipped key or FOB key, the vehicle wont start and cant be "hotwired" or stolen. Pretty nice when working, but these systems are flawed and the average life is 6-10 years. Every single aspect of this system is expensive to replace and can only be worked on by "authorized" GM service men with out voiding warrenty. Most garages dont even touch them and if they do,
they will sell you every part they can before "fixing" the problem/
*QUICK FIX TRICKS*
1st trick
Try a spare key that is newer or used less. The pins wear down with use and so do the keys causing the security to fail.

2nd trick
(if not starting) turn the key forward 2 clicks till right before it would normally start, leave like that for 10 minutes. ( no less ) After 10 minutes, turn key back then forward and your car might start. I did this in my Buick for more than a year. If its shutting down while running, I'm sorry I have no quick fix...

*PERMINANT FIX*
Well since the lifespan of these systems are so short, and are extremely expensive to fix, and in my opinion far worse of a threat to owners than theives, my only perminant suggestion is to eliminate it completely. After a year of 10 minute tricks and a "key bypass" that lasted 2 months and stranded me out of state, ($375 tow charge) i have only one good suggestion. After surfing the web for hours thru forums and websites i came across http://newrockies.com/passkey to the starter or injectors and so on. Thus eliminating the ENTIRE system completely. I came upon a fork in my road. A TDM for $600 in my $1000 car or the $200 bypass. Or throw my car away. Lets say i now drive a Buick with the chip ripped out of the key and the TDM sitting in my glovebox for show
and tell. If you have any questions or anything else. Comment on this post
and i'll get an E-mail to reply to you. If you do choose to buy the bypass,
i have pictures of what a TDM looks like and will definately help you when
installing the newrockies bypass. Good luck
Here is a list of known effected cars that can be fixed with the
newrockies bypass. This is the same list from the site and updates
frequently.
Chevrolet/GMC
1998-2005 Astro/Safari
1998-2008 Envoy
2005-2006 Equinox
1998-2007 Savana/Express
1995-2005 Monte Carlo
1997-1999 Venture
1995-2001 Lumina
1988-2002 Camaro
1995-2005 Cavalier 1982-1991 Corvette
1994-1996 Caprice/Caprice Wagon
1995-1996 Impala SS
2000-2005 Impala
1997-2005 Malibu Classic
1997-2003 Malibu
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Mar 30, 2011 | 1995 Chevrolet Cavalier

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It starts and runs, than shuts off 3 seconds later? i havent tried anything yet, and it was installed in 2002. jeep grand cherokee.


Do you have anti-theft system bypass module installed? Transponder key bypass? Try unlocking the doors with your factory Jeep remote (turns off alarm) and leaving the gray transponder key in the ignition cylinder. Then try activating your remote start. Sounds like one of the factory anti-theft systems is still active. Basically if the car's computer doesn't want it to run, the car won't run. You have to fool the car into thinking it is OK to start and stay running without the key and anti-theft device deactivated. You need to leave a transponder key in the vehicle under the dash to bypass that system. You can get a generic one for about $20. You MUST have 2 original gray transponder keys in order to program a third. There is a sequence of putting one key in the ignition, then the second, then the new blank key so the cars computer knows to allow that key also. If you do not have 2 original keys, then you need to go to someone that can program properly like dealership or some locksmiths or alarm shops. Then they usually charge about $100 for a second key. You don't have to have the key cut. That way if someone finds the spare transponder key in the vehicle, it wont turn the ignition cylinder. The anti-theft bypass module (factory alarm bypass) runs about $25. Bulldog Security or JBS model 791 should work for your vehicle. If you live in an area where car thefts are common, you may not want to bypass these factory security measures.
Hope this information helps.

Nov 02, 2010 | Prestige Remote Start

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I changed the ignition cylinder and the theft system. will not let the car stay started how to fix the problem ..


hi the problem you are having is due to the fact that the new key is not programed to your cars immobiliser so if your new key is the same as your old one you need to get it programmed by main dealers, inside the old key their will be a little glass tube that has the chip in that the imobiliser picks up allowing the car to start,

try holding your old key really close to the ignition then start your car and see if it keeps running if it does you have 2 options. either get you new key programmed or get someone who knows about electrics for cars and get them to take your old key apart and remove the chip for imobiliser and then they can glue this where the imobiliser is, this means the cover has to come off the steering wheel and the chip needs gluing to the imobiliser that surrounds the ignition barrel, dont try this yourself as you can damage the chip by forcing it out of the key and it is made of thin glass so is easy to damage your best option would be to get your new key programmed

May 07, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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The red light on my dash is flashing and my car is dead


It is indicating a problem with the engine & once the light comes on, it will prevent the engine from starting and will only go away after the problem has been rectified. Check the engine oil level, quantity of coolant, all the plugs and if you still cant find out whats wrong, then the best thing to do is take to a service center which has a computer for analyzing the error indicate what is the exact nature of the problem. If engine is OK then it will indicate what is wrong with the sensor which triggered this alarm & reset/calibrate it necessary...............sodeep

Aug 01, 2009 | 2005 Dodge Stratus

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Cant knock alarm unplugged but wont start


hi the thing with most alarms is that they include an imobiliser. it involves cutting part of the fuel/ignition system and running it through the alarm. so when you disconected the alarm you opened the system. a commen mistake. you should have received a key with the alarm and if it is a factory alarm the ignition key should do the trick. what you should do is reconnect the alarm and you should be able to tourn off the alarm with the key. if you don't have a key the only other answer is to have it bypassed by an auto electricion.
paul

Jul 01, 2009 | 1995 Volkswagen Golf

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1997 Sunfire won't start. Anti-theft light flashing


try disconnecting the battery for30 min befor you reset with the key on.

Jun 09, 2009 | 1997 Pontiac Sunfire

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Alarm and imobiliser on a discovery 300tdi


before you cut or rewire the alarm, when welding the disco although disconecting the battery protects the battery, the imobiliser holds current, this my have gone into system factory setting, so it my be worth getting the imob and key re-conected, this is a cheap job at any Landrover specialist. hope your running smooth soon

Apr 27, 2009 | 1997 Land Rover Discovery

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