pontiac g 6 ignition key program

Asked by Feb 23, 2010 at 07:13 PM about the 2006 Pontiac G6 Base V6

Question type: General

how to program ignition key

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i was told by the dealership that it takse about 30 mins. to do this 1. insert key turn to on position for 10 mins. 2. turn off fror 10 secs. 3 repeat this two more times in succession

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This worked for me, but I only had to leave it on for 10 minutes (turn off your lights, heater and radio of course). I was able to turn the key to the off position, all the way and eject the key. It maybe a security lock message (guessing) being sent to the computer and it times out after so many minutes.

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Three ten minutes and start the car

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