my 2006 Pontiac Gran Prix is giving me a theft deterrent lock out code. Anyone know how to clear this code?

Asked by Aug 09, 2013 at 01:10 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Everything else works but it won't crank over? I've been told that turning the key in the drivers (only door with a lock on it) door to the left and then right will clear it. That didnt' work. Then leaving the key on for 20 minutes. That didn't work. Now I have been told that pumping the gas pedal 5 times and turning the key off and then on again within 30 seconds Might work. Haven't tried that yet? Any other ideas out there? Thanks , Warren PS. This is a GP with a supercharged engine. 3.8 Litre

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Maybe disconnect the battery and tap the brake pedal while its disconnected. Reconnect after 10 mins and try to start the car.

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