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  • avatar gabillh 12/10/08 2:53 pm PST

    The anti theft computer needs calibrating, to do so

    turn the key to on but dont try and start.....leave it on for at least 10 minutes then
    turn the key off and remove it from the ignition and wait about 10 - 15 seconds...insert key
    and start the engine.......this should work...however you may look up the cause in your
    dealership book and in there you should find an answer to your problem....

    If all this dont work.....google the problem and make of vehicle and you will get more
    answers that may work.....good luck....bill in augusta

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  • gabillh 12/10/08 2:53 pm PST

    The anti theft computer needs calibrating, to do so

    turn the key to on but dont try and start.....leave it on for at least 10 minutes then
    turn the key off and remove it from the ignition and wait about 10 - 15 seconds...insert key
    and start the engine.......this should work...however you may look up the cause in your
    dealership book and in there you should find an answer to your problem....

    If all this dont work.....google the problem and make of vehicle and you will get more
    answers that may work.....good luck....bill in augusta

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