MY 2004 PONTIC GRAND PRIX NEW KEY WONT PROGRAM RIGHT

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Asked by Sep 20, 2007 at 12:50 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

WHYY CANT I GET MY NEW KEY TO PROGRAM RIGHT,AN HOW DO I GO ABOUT GETTING IT TO TAKE PROGRAMMING

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Hi CRIS, If you have the instructions to program your key and it isn't working I would head directly to your local dealership. They should be able to do this for you for a minimal charge if anything. Good luck!

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If you are having problems with the factory anti theft feature built into the ignition and key , you will need to re-program it by .... 1- try to start vehicle , if it won't start , but , cranks , leave the key in the run position. 2-let vehicle sit for about 10 minutes with key in on/run position , or until the "theft " light goes off 3- turn key off , then try to start vehicle.....it should start with no problems . If you still have problems , there may be an issue with the ignition cylinder it may need replacement. The key will need to be re-programmed if the cylinder is replaced ( steps 1-3 )

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