How to bypass security on ignition

Asked by Nov 30, 2015 at 09:14 AM about the 1996 Chevrolet Lumina LS Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Oh, Lord. Here we go again. You are asking how to steal a car. Yeah, I know, you will retort with "Hey dude, my own car" We have heard it all

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It is rather involved, you need to find out the resistance of the chip in your stock key, then purchase a resistor with the same value, locate the sensor wires at the base if the steering column, then solder in the resistor between those wires, then make sure it is very well insulated, if you do this correctly then your system will allow you to start the engine. HTH

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Very good detailed answer there tennisshoes...

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I have a tremendous amount of respect for tennisshoes, and his knowledge. I have no doubt his answer is spot-on. Jordan, I apologize for my dissing response.

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