Hello, That stinks =( I would recommend bringing it to a Chevy dealer with proof of ownership. They should be able to get the code and get you back driving your car. Best of luck! CarGrrl
This is a common problem on GM vehicles. I have been dealing with these systems for years. Through much trial and error i have found that BYPASSING these systems is alot more cost effective than trying to diagnose and fix them. The cost is too high and mechanics tend to replace as many things as they can before fixing it. Here is a link to educate and guide you in the right direction. This IS something you can fix yourself and once bypassed will NEVER be an issue again. There is also a list on this link of the 15 possible VATS ratings and 2 different ways to bypass the system and save money. http://vatspasslockpasskeysecurityhelp.yolasite.com/
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