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2002 ford explorer anti theft light damaged ignition wires

After attempt theft my ignition is damaged and wires i stripped and reattached all the wires to correct harnesses with the exception of one white/black one black one yellow one red {all 16 gauge wires}of which im not sure on...replaced tumbler. anti theft light on i get crank with the key but wont turn over

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Key has to be programmed to vehicle.
and look up your wiring diagram on internet to get your wiring fixed

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Put key in on position for ten min..then try startn...buy a haynesmanual in partstore

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SOURCE: anti theft device for 97 ford expedition

I have 2007 expedition XLT and the interior light blinking all the time what the solution ?

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SOURCE: 2001 Explorer; anti theft light steady; no power to car

take the positive side of the battery off for about 3 seconds and then put it back on to see if this will reset the security code

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A new 02 sensor will come with new wires and connector. If not get back with me I think there is a repair kit for that problem.

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try using a spare key first

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SOURCE: 2004 Ford Explorer wont start after battery change-anti theft

sounds like aaa might have popped your main fuse. i would call aaa back and tell them your problem. they are responsible.

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I need a wiring or instalation diagram for 03 silverado


Download manual from the attached link: https://www.gmupfitter.com/publicat/2004_BB/2003_Beyond_LD_Electric_CK.pdf
http://alarmsellout.com/support/diagrams/vehicle/CHEVROLET%20SILVERADO%201988-2005.pdf

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http://www.automotivetroubleshootingsecrets.com/2003_Chevrolet_Silverado_1500_4.8L_No_Start_Stall.html

This may help:
2003-2006 Chevrolet Silverado Wiring Diagram:
Listed below is the vehicle specific wiring diagram for your car alarm, remote starter or keyless entry installation into your 2003-2006 Chevrolet Silverado . This information outlines the wires location, color and polarity to help you identify the proper connection spots in the vehicle. Please be sure to test all of your wires with a digital multimeter before making any connections.

PART COLOR LOCATION 12 VOLT CONSTANT RED (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS STARTER YELLOW (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS STARTER 2 N/A IGNITION 1 PINK (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS IGNITION 2 WHITE (+), SEE NOTE #2 @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS IGNITION 3 N/A ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 1 ORANGE (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 2 BROWN (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS KEYSENSE N/A PARKING LIGHTS ( - ) GRAY/BLACK (-) @ BCM, BROWN PLUG, PIN B2, SEE NOTE #3 PARKING LIGHTS ( + ) BROWN (+) IN DRIVERS KICK PANEL POWER LOCK SEE NOTE #1, (for BASE MODEL TRUCKS, SEE NOTE #4) POWER UNLOCK SEE NOTE #1, (for BASE MODEL TRUCKS SEE NOTE #4) DOOR TRIGGER GRAY/BLACK (-)(DRIVERS) and BLACK/WHITE (-)(PASSENGER), SEE NOTE #5 @ EACH DOOR MODULE, IN EACH DOOR DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION GRAY/BLACK (-) @ BCM, BLACK PLUG, PIN E, SEE NOTE #3 TRUNK RELEASE N/A SLIDING POWER DOOR N/A HORN BLACK/YELLOW to BLACK (-) @ STEERING COLUMN HARNESS TACH Any wire NOT, PINK, BLACK or BROWN (AC) @ IGNITION COILS or FUEL-INJECTORS WAIT TO START LIGHT DK. BLUE (-) @ INSTRUMENT CLUSTER, PIN A2 BRAKE WHITE (+) @ BRAKE PEDAL SWITCH FACTORY ALARM DISARM LT. GREEN (-) @ DRIVERS DOOR MODULE, IN DOOR, BLACK 26-PIN PLUG PIN 15 ANTI-THEFT GM'S PASSLOCK 2 ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, SEE NOTE #1 @ IGNITION SWITCH EXTRA INFORMATION NOTE #1: This vehicle uses GM'S PASSLOCK 2 ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM that requires a 791 Bypass Module to Remote Start, if you are using a REMOTE STARTER ONLY, use the 791. IF you are installing a REMOTE STARTER with KEYLESS ENTRY you MUST USE the INTERFACE BYPASS MODULE, Part # DB-ALL or XK09, EITHER Bypass will do the Anti-theft and Keyless entry. If connecting a keyless entry only you can use the GMDL-BP. NOTE #2: The IGNITION #2 wire WHITE must be connected to prevent a CHECK ENGINE LIGHT from turning on and to prevent DAMAGE to the TRANSMISSION on this Vehicle. NOTE #3; The BCM is located under the Drivers Side of the dash, the BCM has 6 plugs on it, with the PURPLE plug on the back. NOTE #4: On BASE model truck the DOOR LOCK INTERFACE MODULE is not necessary, the LOCK wire is a LT BLUE (TYPE B) @ the BCM, LT BLUE PLUG, PIN B5, and the UNLOCK wire is a WHITE (TYPE B) @ the BCM, LT BLUE PLUG, PIN B10. NOTE #5: On BASE Model trucks, the Door Trigger wires are @ the BCM, LT BLUE PLUG, PINS B4 and A5. On 4-Door Trucks the LEFT REAR Door is a LT BLUE/BLACK (-) PIN A3 and the RIGHT REAR Door is a LT GREEN/BLACK (-) PIN A2, located in a PURPLE PLUG at the BCM, use all 4 wires and diode isolate when installing an alarm system.
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I have a 2000 buick century 3.1 my security light still staying on after i changed the key cylinder and the electrical key switch whatelse can that be ??


Having the vehicle checked for codes should have been the first thing done . Security light on ,a code is stored in the control module that controls the anti-theft system ! This is if you want it fixed right !
Important: If the wrong ignition key is used in an attempt to start the vehicle, a Data Trouble Code (DTC) will be set and the Body Control Module (BCM) will not send a fuel enable or starter enable message to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) for three minutes even if the correct ignition is used.
The Pass-Key II® Theft Deterrent system prevents vehicle theft by disabling the starter motor and fuel system. If the Body Control Module (BCM) dose not identify the use of the correct ignition key to start the vehicle, the (BCM) will communicate a message to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) which will disable the crank relay and fuel delivery to the engine.
When the (BCM) identifies the use of the correct ignition key (resistor pellet) to start the vehicle, the (BCM) will send a fuel enable and starter enable message to the (PCM) which will allow the vehicle to start.

DTC B2957 Security System Sensor Data Circuit Low
DTC B2958 Security System Sensor Data Circuit High
DTC B2960 Sec Sys Sensor Data Incorrect but Valid
DTC B3031 Security System Controller in Learn Mode
DTC B3094 No Response from ECM/PCM Received

or you can do a by pass that may or may not work ! You could measure the resistance of the pellet on the side of the key , then go to radio shack a by a resistor of the same value ! Then find the wires under the dash that come from the ignition switch ! Solder the resistor into the harness side wires , not going back to ignition switch . The wires break or contacts inside ignition switch do . You could check resistance with ohm meter . Put key into the ignition switch , find those wires i said about before . Check resistance at the wires under dash , is it the same resistance as pellet ?

Dec 17, 2016 | Buick Cars & Trucks

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Ignition wiring diagram


You have to replace the whole key switch.

Dec 20, 2013 | 2000 Dodge Durango

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My imoboliser is broken. so how do i start car if imoboliser is broken


General anti-theft devices are connected with the original car ignition switch wiring harness on the firing line first connected to the anti-theft device, drawing a line of fire from the anti-theft device into the ignition switch. You can the combination switch the first guard removed, and then find the ignition switch, disconnect the two lines you will be connected with the anti-theft device, FireWire directly to the original vehicle wiring harness plug connected to the ignition switch on, you can normally start.

Nov 09, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 98 monte carlo 3.1 auto trans. when i turn the key to start, the security light flashes and it does nothing


Have it checked for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's . I suspect the problem is with the tdm module or the ignition switch ???? Assuming will only get you into trouble . If the PCM - engine computer does not see the right coded meassage from the TDM it won't turn on the fuel injectors or it will cut them off in two seconds . .
Buick Security Systems 1998 Chevy is the same .
Ignition Key With Wrong Resistor Pellet Code is Used To Start Engine
The theft deterrent module performs one of the two following actions when you attempt to start the vehicle with a wrong ignition key:
• There are 15 PASS-Key® II resistance ranges. The PASS-Key® II resistance may be one of the 14 valid but incorrect PASS-Key® II resistance ranges. The theft deterrent module will perform the following actions when you attempt to start the vehicle (if the condition is present during an engine start attempt or for 1 second any time after the engine has started):
• Turns on the SECURITY indicator
• Sends a password to the PCM through the fuel enable signal circuit
• The password disables fuel delivery to the engine.
• Disables the theft deterrent relay, which disables the starter circuit
• Disables sampling of the PASS-Key® II resistance for 3 minutes
• The 3 minute time period is called the shut-down period.
• Disconnecting the battery will not clear the timer sequence. The timer sequence will resume when battery power is restored.
• Inserting the proper key during the vehicle shut-down period will not start the engine. The engine will not start until the shut-down period has elapsed.
• After the shut-down period, the engine will start if the correct ignition key resistor pellet is used.
• The PASS-Key® II resistance may be correct and allow the engine to start. Later during the same ignition cycle, the PASS-Key® II resistance may be one of the 14 valid but incorrect resistance ranges. The theft deterrent module will perform the following actions:
• Enters the fail-enable mode
• Turns ON the SECURITY indicator
• Sends a password to the PCM through the fuel enable signal circuit when more attempts to start the engine occur
• The password allows the fuel enable circuit to deliver fuel to the engine.
• Enables the theft deterrent relay, which also enables the starter circuit.

Ignition Key With Correct Resistor Pellet Code is Used To Start Engine
The theft deterrent module performs the following actions when the correct ignition key is used in order to start the vehicle:
• Enables the theft deterrent relay. The theft deterrent relay enables the starter unit.
• Sends a password to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) through the fuel enable signal circuit. As a result, the PCM allows fuel delivery to the engine.


By pass theft system .
GM VATS Key Resistor Key Security Bypass

Sep 06, 2017 | 1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Need to know how to hot wire ignition.what color wires do i use?


1991 Ford F150

Vehicle Battery Positive Wire (+): Yellow
Vehicle Battery Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Vehicle Ignition Wire (+): Red/Light Green
Vehicle Ignition Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Vehicle Second Ignition Wire (+): N/A
Vehicle Second Ignition Wire Location: N/A
Vehicle Accessory Wire (+): Gray/Yellow
Vehicle Accessory Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Vehicle Second Accessory Wire (+): N/A
Vehicle Second Accessory Wire Location: N/A
Automobile Engine Starter Wire (+): Red/Light Blue
Automobile Engine Starter Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Automobile Second Engine Starter Wire (-): N/A
Automobile Second Engine Starter Wire Location: N/A
Factory Anti-Theft System: None
Factory Anti-Theft System Type: None
Car Key Sense Wire (-): Black/Pink
Car Key Sense Wire Location: At Steering Column Harness
Car Neutral Safety Wire (+): N/A
Car Neutral Safety Wire Location: N/A
Car Tachometer Wire (-): Tan/Yellow
Car Tachometer Wire Location: At Ignition Switch Control Module in Driver Fender Well
Car Speed Sense Wire: Gray/Black
Car Speed Sense Wire Location: Pin #3 at PCM Mounted on the Firewall
Car Parking Lights Wire (+): Brown
Car Parking Lights Wire Location: At Headlight Switch or Driver Side Kick Panel
Car Brake Lights Wire (+): Green
Car Brake Lights Wire Location: At Brake Switch Above the Pedal
Car Reverse Lights Wire (+): Black/Pink
Car Reverse Lights Wire Location: At Switch on Transmission
Car Horn Wire (-): Blue
Car Horn Wire Location: At Steering Column Harness

Sorry friend, this is as far as i can go to tel you how to hot wire the ignition. But with the color codes you should be able to figure it out, Good luck and keep me posted.

Jan 23, 2010 | 1991 Ford F150

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Car wont start reads pass key fault


Passlock I reset.

1. Attempt to start the car, let it stall, but DO NOT turn the key off! Leave it in RUN.
2. Wait 10 minutes or until the Theft Sys light glows steady instead of blinking.
3. Do not turn the key off, but start it immediately.
4. This should reset your Passlock system.




PASSLOCK I or II DISABLEMENT

The following is a procedure to disable Passlock I or II Systems for vehicles
in which remote start/stop system installations are required. This procedure
is required because a remote start system will not function with the current
Theft Deterrent System (Passlock) which is included on many 1996 and up GM
vehicles.

Please note that this modification is intended to be used only in conjunction
with the installation of a remote start/stop system and does not provide a
procedure to install a remote start/stop system.

CAUSE
If an attempt is made to start a vehicle by a means other than a key rotation
in the ignition switch, the Body Control Module (BCM) will interpret this
start as a vehicle theft and disable the fuel injectors.

CORRECTION
A minor wiring modification may be made to allow the vehicle to be started
remotely. This modification includes adding a switch to allow the customer to
select ?ON? to allow remote starting or ?OFF? for normal Passlock operation.

CAUTION: When this modification is performed and the switch is set to the ON
position, the theft deterrent feature will be disabled. When the theft
deterrent is disabled the SECURITY/THEFT SYSTEM telltale will light up
indicating that the theft deterrent system is NOT functioning.

PASSLOCK MODIFICATION
Refer to appropriate GM service manuals and/or SVMQP Electrical Guideline
Manual for instruction on splicing and electrical connections.
1. Select a suitable on-off switch (see note below) which will be used to
disable/
enable the Passlock System. Mount the switch in a location such that it is
accessible to the driver and will not interfere with normal vehicle operation.


NOTE: This is an extremely low current circuit (approx. 7mA), it is therefore
very important that a high quality, low energy, fast acting switch be
utilized for this application.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position.
3. Locate the Main Ignition Switch Harness in the Column. GM's Passlock
System wires exit the Ignition Switch Tumbler together and then join with the
Main Ignition Switch Harness. (See http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/ or
http://64.85.6.118/diagrams/diagrams.asp and select your Make, Model and
Year for wire colors and clues on the quickest way to access these wires.)
4. Locate the Yellow Passlock Data Wire which is included in a bundle of
three tiny (20 GA) wires wrapped in friction tape.
Cut this wire and splice a 0.5mm2 (20 GA) yellow wire to each end of the cut
wire.
Keep wire length to a minimum. Route modification wires clear of moving parts.


Connect the yellow wires to the switch such that the contacts are OPEN when
the switch is in the ON position.
5. Turn modification switch to the OFF postion (contacts closed).
6. Start vehicle to verify normal operation. If engine ?cranks but will not
start"
recheck the switch position (contacts should be closed), wire connectors and
modification wiring.

SWITCH OPERATION

To enable remote start:
Start the engine with the ignition key (modification switch must be in the
OFF
position). Turn modification switch to the ON position (contacts open). The
SECURITY/THEFT SYSTEM Telltale will light up indicating that the Passlock
System is inoperative.
Once the SECURITY/THEFT SYSTEM telltale has been on for at least 5 seconds
the vehicle can be turned off and then remotely started.

To disable remote start:
The Passlock System can be reactivated by turning the modification switch OFF
(contacts closed). Vehicle can either be running or off when this is done.

Please note that the VCM/PCM will record Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)
related to the security system when the modification switch is in the ON
position (circuit open). This is due to the way that the VCM/PCM interprets
this condition.

NOTICE
Any condition which removes battery power from the Vehicle Control
Module/Powertrain Control Module (VCM/PCM) (e.g. dead battery, disconnected
harness connectors, etc.) will prevent the vehicle from being restarted. If
the engine exhibits a ?cranks but will not start? symptom, place the
modification switch in the OFF (contacts closed) position. This will
reactivate the Passlock System and allow the vehicle to be started with the
ignition key




Dec 12, 2009 | 1995 Chevrolet Caprice Classic

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Security light comes on intermintently then car will not start for ten minutes it will do this quite often for awhile then will quit for a long time any ideas that don't cost more than the car is worth?


I have a Technical Service Bulletin. I'll even hand copy it from my program.

TECHNICAL

Engine stalls, Security Lamp illuminated, DTCs (Replace Theft Deterrent Control Module)

Models:
2000-2003 Pontiac Grand Prix built prior to Vin Breakpoint 3F115058

Condition

Some customers may comment that the vehicle starts then stalls and the security lamp is illuminated. These symptoms may be intermittent and after several attempts, the vehicle may stay running.

Cause

The condition may be caused by either a chafed wire in the theft deterrent module wiring harness or an electrical interference within the theft deterrent module not allowing the fuel enable signal to be detected.

Correction

Replace the theft deterrent module with Part No. 10335045 and reroute the module wiring harness to a new location using the procedure listed below.

1 Reroute the module harness on the outside of the steering column channel and tie strap the lower portion to the larger ignition bundle.

2. Replace the tie strap removed from the tilt head during disassembly. Secure the new strap in the hole in the tilt mechanism and around the module wire and ignition SIR wires, but below the tie strap located on the sir wires.


Jul 29, 2009 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix

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I need electrical plan for pluging my radio ,for toyota echo 2005


If you are attempting to install an aftermarket radio Don't butcher the plugs on your Toyota ... simply go to a car stereo shop and buy an adapter plug for $10-$20 then wire it to your new radio ... then just plug them together (the wires on the adapter are marked) You'll likely need a dash kit too ... save yourself from a lot of frustration time and money! ....

May 08, 2009 | 2005 Toyota ECHO

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No. i need to find the fuse for my alarm system. and i don't have a manual


Section 13-11: Anti-Theft System, Active 1998 Villager Workshop Manual DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING Inspection and Verification
  1. Verify customer concern by operating the anti-theft alarm system.
  1. Visually inspect the following components of the anti-theft alarm system:


    VISUAL INSPECTION CHART Mechanical Electrical
    • Door lock key cylinders binding
    • Loose hood anti-theft switch
    • Blown fuse(s):
      • 7.5A S.E.C.
      • 10A ELECTRON (IGN)
      • 30A PWR WDW
      • 15A HORN
    • Damaged circuit breaker #1
    • Damaged or corroded anti-theft relay
    • Broken or loose wiring
    • Damaged,loose or misaligned hood anti-theft switch
    • Damaged or loose luggage compartment lamp switch
    • Damaged or loose door courtesy lamp switch(es)

  1. Verify that the following systems are operating correctly:
    • Horn.
    • Headlamps.
    • Instrument cluster and panel lighting.
    • Power door locks.
    • Keyless entry remote transmitter (if equipped).
    If any systems are not functioning properly, refer to the appropriate section of this service manual for diagnosis and testing before proceeding.
  1. Check wiring harness for obvious signs of looseness, corrosion, or damage.
  1. If the fault is not visually evident, determine the symptom and proceed to the Symptom Chart.

Apr 19, 2009 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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