If your security light is flashing, then you have had what is referred to as a "bad timing cycle" with your Passlok security system. Turn the key to the ON position, and wait until the security light stops flashing - This takes exactly 10 minutes.If the security light WAS flashing, then the 10-minute trick is only a temporary fix - You will need to have your ignition switch replaced.
Yes to bypass,Press on the brake, turn car to as then on let the carburetor fill then, put the car in neutral,then start. If the security light is flashing, the car will not start for 10 minutes. Do not try to start while light is flashing.
The factory alarm causing the issue would be the security light flashing above the RPM guage. If the security light is flashing and the car will not start, follow the directions listed below. To reset the factory alarm, turn the ignition switch to the "on" position NOT the start position for 15min. You will see the security light go off after 15min.
Put the key in the ignition and turn it into the run position, but don't start the car. Leave the key in the ignition until the security light stops flashing. The car will start now.
You may have activated security system if theft light flashing when key is turned, needs reset.
If the security light is flashing you need to change the ignition switch it self. It is likely worn out.
my 97 limited did this in the "auto" mode -- ended up replacing the headlight switch Is the security light also flashing on the dash? There is extensive info on www.jeepforum.com on how to disable and fix the security system. If memory serves, there is a sensor in the door that must be activated when unlocking or the security system will not be turned off and the lights will begin flashing. Is your battery OK? When mine ran down, and I tried to start my Jeep, it triggered the security system as well.
Stops fuel delivery to injectors or carb.
A flashing green light on the AC switch of the 2001 Montero indicates there is a situation that requires attention within the cooling system. The issue could be as minor as a loose connection to an outright system failure.
If you mean they are on and flashing and your can't cut them off with the switch, the switch is bad.
could be the the headlight switch, dimmer switch, headlight relay, or a problem with the wiring
it is located somewhere near the fog light switch and/or security LED. IT LOOKS LIKE A SWITCH. yeah... it is located somewhere near the fog light switch and/or security LED. IT LOOKS LIKE A SWITCH. yeah... it is located somewhere near the fog light switch and/or security LED. IT LOOKS LIKE A SWITCH. yeah...
how do you fix security switch on a 2002 oldsmobile alero
The factory security system does not have a valet switch.
Switch the ignition off and start the car again.The light will then stop flashing.
switch engine off wait 15 seconds then switch ignition back on. it works on my car.
Loose connection somewhere. Bad switch maybe.
There is a relay switch in the circuit which switches the light on & off when you activate the turn signal.
For flashing headlights just put a new one in.
Replace the turn signal flasher relay.
It does not start because kill switch relay does not allow it. You need to test the relay and make sure that it works properly. Also you might have to check the security unit. Make sure that you have turn off security system before you start the car (sometimes remotes do not work properly).
there is no factory kill switch. is there an after market security system on the car?
Have you ever stepped on the brake when the flashers are flashing and see how they stop flashing? So yes the circuit does go thru the flasher, so replace that and see.
Hi, Is your blinker actually flashing on and off? If not it may be your hazard switch. I had to replace mine.