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Chevrolet Malibu, Chevrolet Malibu SS, Engine, Sedan
#133 of 194 Re: 2004 Classic key replacement? [04cad]
May 08, 2008 (3:06 pm)
I had the same problem with the keys for Wally's world on my 2003 Malibu classic. They cut a total of 5 of them (got my money back on them of course) but they wouldn't really work. One of them worked sometimes if I really jiggled it.
I went to the local hardware store that had a different type of cutting machine and for $3.38 I got 2 keys that work just fine for the car.
As for the key FOB. I called the dealer (that I just bought the car from) and after the verified that the car had keyless entry by checking the VIN they gave me the part number for the FOB (They wanted $89 for it). I bought 1 on ebay for $13 and was told by like 10 local locksmiths that I have to go to the dealer to get it programed. They want $87 to program it. and they said it only takes 20-30 minutes to do it. I called a few other local Chevy dealers and they all had a different price to program it. The cheapest was $47.50.
#134 of 194 Anti- Theft Secuirty System
May 20, 2008 (7:56 am)
I have an 2003 Malibu. I can not start my car due to the Anti-Theft. Does anyone have any ideas. Has anyone else had any problems like this? What about just cutting the wire to the theft system, does anyone think that will work.
Your help is appreciated.
#135 of 194 Re: Anti- Theft Secuirty System [autumn1014]
May 20, 2008 (8:50 am)
Cut the yellow wire with engine running.
Try this, curious, turn key to run, shift from park to neutral and see if it will start and run. Let me know.
#136 of 194 Re: Anti- Theft Secuirty System [gonogo]
May 20, 2008 (10:05 am)
The Yellow wire, are you sure this will work? If I cut the yellow wire will I still be able to use my keyless entry? Thanks
#137 of 194 Re: Anti- Theft Secuirty System [autumn1014]
May 20, 2008 (10:50 am)
A mechanic said that there is a magnet in the ignition that allows the anti theft system to turn off. He told me to turn the key to the acc or on possition fo rabout 20 minutes then turn off and then try to start. Not sure if it will work. But worth a try. Let us if it works.
#138 of 194 Re: Anti- Theft Secuirty System [autumn1014]
May 21, 2008 (9:27 am)
I have read it works, has nothing to do with keyless entry. It won't work if engine is not running when you cut the yellow wire.
If you do a Google search you can install a resistor and be done with it.
#139 of 194 Re: Anti- Theft Secuirty System [gonogo]
May 21, 2008 (10:24 am)
What about just disconnecting the Harness - unplugging it?
There are no side effects or problems that can be caused if the Ant-Theft is not connected?
#140 of 194 Re: Anti- Theft Secuirty System [gonogo]
May 21, 2008 (10:28 am)
One more question, what kind of Resistor should I get?
#141 of 194 Re: Anti- Theft Secuirty System [autumn1014]
May 22, 2008 (9:07 am)
I just read up on my Passlock infor, One guy just unplugged it and it worked for him, but the security light stays on, it will if you cut the yellow wire too.
#142 of 194 Re: Anti- Theft Secuirty System [autumn1014]
May 22, 2008 (9:09 am)
This information came from another site.
Well, I just bypassed one the other day too. What I did was cut the yellow PK2 wire, stripped a little off of the black reference ground wire, put one lead from my ohm meter on the black ground wire and the other lead on the wire yellow wire going to the ignition switch. Then I put the car in gear and cranked it over. When you do that, the switch will send out what code it has been using. It came out to something like 6.21ohms. I then got some resistors that were about 6.25 and connected one end of the resistors to the cut yellow wire GOING to the BCM and the other end of the resistors to the ground reference wires. It started right up and the theft light went off.