Does Anyone Know How To Hotwire A 92 Chevy Baretta I Lost My Keys Last Night

Asked by Jul 30, 2015 at 03:32 PM about the 1992 Chevrolet Beretta GT FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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A lot of good that will do with the column still locked.

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If the car has the chip key (big plastic end) and you get it started it should run for about 10 seconds before the anti-theft system shuts it down


You'll have to visit your local locksmith. Unfortunately your car is too old for GM to still have the key codes on file. You can try your local Chevy Dealer for the key codes but I doubt they'll be able to get them. You'll need your vehicle identification number from your registration and your driver's license for proof of ownership. HTH. -Jim

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We do not teach hot wiring here.

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Yes run a wire to starter wire and battery and buy a small switch from autozone, run one to neg. And one positive on battery


Watch lots of Hollywood movies and then pull all the wires out of the dash. Touch them together and make them spark. Then make a run for the border with 100 cop cars on your tail and a hot blond in your lap.


Wasn't that the one where she burned with the lighter?


With a 92 Beretta you will have to forget about the blond. Just have a giant bag of Cheetos and a Big Gulp. ;)

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