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View Poll Results: Factory Security systems - Pain in the butt?
Yes I think their necessary 2 50.00%
I dont think they are too much of an issue 0 0%
I think I could do without them 1 25.00%
They suck and should never be installed. 1 25.00%
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Old 02-11-2010, 10:17 AM
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Exclamation Re-Setting the Factory Alarm System

I've been trying to trouble shoot my 95. I was told it was the fuel pump. I checked and it seemed to be working fine, but I replaced it anyway's. I then replaced the fuel filter and the fuel pressure regulator. I know fuel is getting to the manifold but not injecting into the cylinders. My last thought was that the injectors were failed. But, now I am thinking the factory alarm system has disabled the fuel injectors. I figure this because the car will run as long as I am spraying starter fluid directly into the intake. It stops as soon as I stop. The alarm system keeps resetting itself over and over again. I disengage it, but it still rearms. The light on the dash will flash quickly when disengaged. I was told that you can reset your module if you remove the security systems fuse, turn the key into the "On Position" and then disconnect the negative battery cable. Reconnect the cable and put the fuse back in.

Does this sound... sound?
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Check the two fuel injector fuses first, one for each bank of injectors.
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I actually checked those before I replaced any of the parts. So, no, its not the fuses.
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Default Problem solved!!!!

Well, turns out the problem is created by the Pass-Key ignition system. FYI for future issues that may be brought up as I have noticed this has been a comon issue. The way to test this is by turning the ignition key into the "on" position and let it sit in that position for 10 minutes. This resets the control system that keeps the car from starting. Turn the key and the car will turn over and start. This does not fix the problem. If you shut the car down, you will have to repeat this again to get it to start. But it will work!!!

I can finally get this thing out of my driveway!!

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