Starting chevy hhr LS 2010 automatic

Asked by Jun 21, 2017 at 05:51 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet HHR LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What fuse could be easily removed and replaced to keep the car from starting.
We are trying to keep someone from starting and trying to drive again.  She is
86 years old and has dementia. She has a key hidden somewhere that we have
been unable to find. Please help us save her from a tragedy. Thank you for your
help.

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You can remove the fuel pump relay from the underhood fuse box. This will only allow the engine to run for about 1 minute. You can also visit your local Chevy Dealer. Have them make new keys and program them to the vehicle. Tell them you need all other programmed keys deleted from the vehicle's memory. By doing that the security system will prevent the vehicle from being started without one of the new keys. HTH. -Jim

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