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If the antitheft system on a 2002 Saturn SL1 has engaged and it will not start how can it be reset?

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2008-11-06 04:10:39
2008-11-06 04:10:39

Try this, put your key in the drivers door and lock it and unlock it with your key. Not the key fob, the ignition key. Then try it. If the steering wheel is locked, jiggle the wheel slightly as you turn the key-- this should release the ignition-lock and allow you to start the car.

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