My Regal had that did exactly what you guys describe but still got stolen,,,In all the years before I got it From Dad there were 3 keys made duplicates and I think whoever stole it had one of those keys that were floating around god knows where. If not do it again and that should make it go away. The button is located on the left side of the dashboard, the door has to be open to see the panel Answer. If not you may have just not given enough time from the time you turn the key on till you start your van; try waiting 10 seconds after turning your key till you hit the starter. I think the bulb number is 194. Turned on key all lghts on dash came on security light was blinking.
This gives them the chance to start the vehicle, not be stranded, and to save a towing charge so that I can fix the problem correctly for them. Nothing, I did the same thing for four or five times, still no start. And all the wires do infact look to be fully seated into the connecter and looks like it should be functional. I did a little research online about these symptoms, all said the body control module was bad. After the oil has been changed, you'll need to reset your system. Here is a guide to help as well.
I got the placement screws off of it, and when I disconnected the 2 connectors, the seatbelt light quit flashing alltogether. The blower worked one time and has quit again. I hope that this information will help you get to the bottom of the problem. It has happened five times in the last month and always restarted after pulling over and placing it in park. Be sure to put the silver wire back on the lip after changing the bulb. I got mad cause I thought I had the problem fixed and then it started really getting bad, started happening all the time. Installed it, made sure all the connections were good to the bcm.
The wire measures resistance from a resistor in the key. It's a bypass system from a company called New Rockies. The easiest fix although it disables this security feature is to measure the resistance in your key the little chip on the part of the key that goes into the ignition using a multi-meter, then buy a resistor from radio shack of the same reistance; then hook the resistor to the two small wires in the orange shroud underneath the dash going into the steering column leaving the wires coming out of the steering column dead. Now again had problems since changed the ignition control and does not work, you could make a reprogramming with a specialized keychain and resolve? Car wouldn't crank, just a slow click and security light is on. I have heard that the problem can esc … alate to cutting out the motor, so it is not something to be ignored. Until last Thursday when it took 15 minutes before I could restart it. If your ignition key does not have a black piece of rubber with a small piece of metal in it, just disregard what I said.
I am not sure if it can be repaired or if the ignition must be replaced. This isn't a permanent fix since the condition causing the light to come on will return. DavidH25 answered 6 years ago Hey, I just learned a lot right there. Is this security light the type with the built-in motion sensor? For instance, a failed O2 sensor makes your mixture richer typically which not only burns more fuel but ultimately will ruin your catalytic converter. You can try tapping on… 1998 Pontiac Bonneville Security Light Flashing 1998 Pontiac Bonneville just started not starting no starter action one time and then starting later. She had a Passlock Problem on her car. After driving a while the fuel pump starts making a loud winding noise.
Next I will check power and ground connections. For a year I have been unable to fix, even though the dealer put in two computer modules and an entire fuse box and new battery under the back seat. Check the fuse panel inside the car and the fuse box under the hood. Drove off the car strained before it changed to first gear. The problem: Car appears to be totally dead until I slam the trunk lid once. And that I disconnect and reconnect both or either or the connectors? I took the vehicle back to the Buick dealership, who kept it for three days and said they were unable to duplicate the problem. Aug 30, 2015 you can get a new key from a dealer and program it yourself by leaving the key on for ten minutes and the security light turns of then you turn the key to off for ten seconds and turn it back on and the security light will come back on for ten more minutes you do the turn it on and wait process 3 times and the light will go out the 3rd time and you can turn the key off for 30 seconds and it should start after that.
The security light will blink for 3 minutes i timed it , then stay on. So for you that are having this same issue next time it doesn't want to start, try hitting the starter with a hammer, not too hard or you'll bust a hole in the bottom of the starter, and someone has to be turning the key at the same time, and if it starts up after you tap on it then you know it's your starter. So I tried a few more things. Would not even turn over, security light stayed on constantly. What could be causing this to happen to my car. My next step is the most important once you get this far.
And if it is, where in the world would I find another one? One fuse that is for start sig. Press down slowly and fully on the gas pedal, then release it. I cant get scanner to link with the computer. After 10 minutes turn the key and take it out. But this light just keeps flashing no matter what. Now think what happens when you turn the key to crank, a lot of components are now turning off like the radio, hvac system, light, etc. Please let us know what happens.
After market non-factory alarm and remote start systems can cause havoc with the factory theft system, causing this warning light, or a no start. . A relearn is three times this, start after the third time. A paw was attached to the end and the lock was ready to be sent to the factory. Was only able to get this work once.