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Welcome,To be real honest, you are better off just installing a by pass module and do away with the Passlock. They had a lot of problems with this system and the trouble is that you can spend hundreds of dollars to get it fixed for awhile, only to find out that another part in the system fails and you are out another few hundred bucks, on and on and on.....If you click here it will take you to a site that we use to order the by pass kits. They are very easy to install and you will be done once and for all. Once you get the new switch and key, it does NOT have to be programed :-)If you have further questions feel free to reply.Larry
Okay. So one other question if I call a mobile lock smith and they get my car to turn to the on position will it then work for a while or will it only turn that one time the lock smith gets it to turn. I was told the ignition cylinder and the passlock was one part. Thats what I was told
Is there a way to verify its two seperate parts? With my vin number or something? Cause all ive read is that they come as one unit. Sorry im such a pain. Just hate wasting money. Is a lock cylinder a different part from a ignition cylinder?
Okay so if the ignition switch needed to be replaced then the pass lock would need to be because they would be one piece. So I should wait ti call the lock smith till im ready to replace the cylinder.
http://m.autozone.com/autozone-mobile/en/parts/Locksmart-Ignition-Lock-Cylinder/_/N-jletyZ9vsse?id=646661 this here says with passlock sensor. Im so lost
so what needs to be replaced then because I'm Lost.
Ignition lock cylinder or key and lock cylinder?
Okay. So it will need to be recoded by dealership because it will be a new passlock system.