Assuming that it is your car, take it to a Chevy dealer or reputable mechanic.
A person can have the service theft system on their 2005 Cadillac CTS by taking it to a mechanic. The mechanic will use a scanner, which properly resets the light.
You will have to take it to a dealer so they can reprogram it. They are locked due to a anti theft system that recognizes the vehicles VIN #.
no it has to be reprogramed by dealer
If there are no blown fuses, take it to the dealer.
disconnect the battery then reconnect. easiest way to reprogram any car computer..
some vehicles have a feature that disables the fuel pump when theft system is activated. reffer to your owners manual or call a dealer to find out how to resolve this problem.
The theft signal means the ATP is not reading the key ship signal you need to go to a dealer or a lock smith to reprogram the key but some times unhooking the battery for 10min and using the key to unlock the driver side door "turn the key right-left -right " will do that.
VATS can only be disabled by having the vehicle's pcm/ecm reflashed at a dealer
First you should consult dealer/local mechanic to see if it is possible. Another suggestion is to contact the manufacturer.
You need to call a Mitsubishi dealer or Mitsubishi itself if you want to find it out.
If you own the vehicle and want the anti-theft system disabled, take the car to the dealer or other reputable shop. They might disable it for you or tell you how yoi can disable it.
yes but you may need to reprogram the anti-theft system. I am not quite sure how to do this. Either ask your dealer or buy a haynes or chilton manual. cut the yellow small wire from ign. switch in the column up by the switch. this is the passlock wire.
If it is a manufacturers installed security system and it becomes disabled for some reason, the best solution is to have it repaired by the manufacturer at a dealer.
Check with your local chrysler dealer as it stands right now ....no one else to may knowledge can reset the theft circuit
Have a Pontiac dealer's mechanic look it over and tell you.
Use the key that actually works with the car. If the anti-theft system is faulty, have it towed to a GM dealer for repairs.
This information can be found in your owner's manual. If you do not have one, you can obtain one from your dealer or a salvage yard.
No there is not and the dealer definitely will not do it.
either change the computers to match engines that were switched or disconnect the theft system. you will probably need to take it to a good mechanic to have computer recalibrated on a machine
its called a vats system and you have to get a new key mad at the dealer if that's the problem
You will need to take it to the dealer. They are the only way to reset the anti theft.
Take it to the dealer as he has the information you seeek or get a manual on your car from the auto parts store.
the new key has to be coded by the dealer costs 20$
Vehicle Theft Registration Database = FREE $$$ to dealer...