GM passlock 3 PK3 factory anti theft immobilozer bypass fix




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Here is how to permanently and effectively get rid of your problematic GM factory anti theft system woes.

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32 thoughts on “GM passlock 3 PK3 factory anti theft immobilozer bypass fix

    Bill Broekema

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    yup glue the chip on the column works

    chase bizarri

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Would love some more in depth help with gm passlock 2 for a 2003 alero… I'm replacing my ignition and can't get the security light to stop flashing give me a call? 3097382195

    Edgardo Ortuno

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Good night friends to see who can help me I have a chevrolet 1996 with passkey system and I lost the key and in desperate intendantes to ignite it, in security system I ended up blocking it full x now I got the key but I do not know the step to unlock it if someone knows the Topic and know how to help me would be greatly appreciated.

    Joe Fyan

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    I have a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix that I had to replace the key and tumbler on because some moron tried to steal it and now getting the stupid locked from security system message. Will this fix the issue?

    Mario Borre

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    hypothetically if the vehicle was experiencing a no start condition due to a malfunctiong security system, would this box remedy the situation and allow the vehcile to start? in other words does this actually bypass the securty system? i dont undertand how this box works…

    Joshua Pedigo

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Will this fix the issue I have with my anti-theft system coming on and killing my 2001 Yukon?

    rico4001

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Have a 2003 Silverado 1500 5.3 engine 4×4 automatic trans.  Was going about 60 and it just died, on the dash it said  Battery Discharge, then that went away.  went to the side of the road, and tried to start it,would only start for 20 30 sec then die. Let it set for 30 minutes, started right up put in gear went 500 ft then died. got it towed home next morning tried to start truck started right up, and I drove it into the gararge, put it up on jack stands and started truck, put in gear, went 20 mph 40 and even 50 mph with wheels turning. Let it idle for 30 minutes then it died. tried to start it and when turning key to start, acted as though the key was stuck on to start and the started seemed to turn over faster than normal and I had to physically turn the key to the run position. I looked on the forums and most said it was the Passkey, Passlock vats messing up. I tried the relearn and nothing helped. I have the two key system, where one key for driver one and another for driver 2, unfortunately key no 2 is lost.  When truck does start up runs just great.  I would like to by pass this but do not have a remote start . what resister do you use and between what two wires?  Sure sounds like what you were experiencing. New engine, all new sensors on the engine, and new fuel pump , regulator , fuel filter,  all four oxygen sensors replaced. New alternator, new battery, crank, cam, oil, coolant sensor all new. Still same problem. Please respond, would like to know how to by pass the anti theft and passlock system on this truck. Thanks

    MR. Goodwrench

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Aftermarket crap ! I cut a few of these out already .

    Jess Cast

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    I can't see that CHIP but I'll bet it's nothing more than what is commonly known today as RFID chip……….

    Mauro Yepez Cortes

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    de todas formas no eliminas la seguridad del auto? es lo mismo que si pegaras el chip en la antenas lectoras alrededor del cilindro de ignición. Y sin gastar en nada, eso si, eliminas el sistema de seguridad. cualquier ladóon abrirá el cilindro y se llavará tu auto

    hellcat1988

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Asking for subs on a video that's out of focus like this? Really?

    Auto Tech Electronic

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    I am an Automotive Communication Electronics, ACE troubleshooter for over 30 years. My experience includes OEM security, OEM Transponder system, Aftermarket alarms and remote starters, OEM Keyless entry remotes, Aftermarket Keyless entry remotes, Ignition Switch and Cylinder Starting Issues, GPS tracking Devices, and BCM, WIN, ECU, PCM, TIPM, SKREEM, SKIM repair, re-flash and program. You can call me or Text me at 956-508-3450. Email is waltonguerrero1@gmail.com. Paypal email is w@autotechs.com
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    Robert Smith

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Or you can just tape the transponder chip to the column to provide signal.

    rayford21

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    I bought a PK 3 Transponder key blank online and had a key maker duplicate it from my original key. Then followed the directions for programming the key from the ignition switch. Took less than 5 minutes to program it and works great. 2001 Lesabre.

    Jim Jones

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    I used my wife's dildo to start my 2010 escalade

    C.S. S

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    1:12 you lost me at teensy weensy

    Stand Alone

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    if it's a starter cut off simply run a wire from the ignition to the starter relay done problem solved takes 10 mins 5 dollars

    Detroit OG

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    You should have shown how to wrap the wire around the tumbler ..we need more visual

    SECURITY BYPASS

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Here are some good links to help educate yourself on the differences and the options between all these security systems. http://www.diy-gm-security.com/ and http://newrockies.com/

    Sierra Brown

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    I will pay anyone in Missouri if they can fix my car!!!
    2003 Malibu with aftermarket radio not factory antitheft system siren goes off keyfob wont work if u pull the door handle all the doors unlock I have tried everything on google and youtube nothing works!! sometimes security light flashes stays steady or goes out car will not turn over just crank please help can some one walk me through this process please????? I HAVE 3 IGNITIONS AND ANOTHER BCM PLEASE HELP!!!!!! CONTACT ME AT tag.user@yahoo.com

    Infiltrator2003

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    I just took the original key and taped underneath the plastic as well. Seemed too easy.

    MrCorynick

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    instead of doing all this why not just take the plastic cover off the steering column and stick the whole key in there close to the ignition switch… That's all I did..

    Jonathan Dragon

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Because then he wouldn't make a sell on the black box thing.

    StuPadazzo

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    This product does work in many cases. It just doesn't "bypass" the immobilizer like the title suggests…

    StuPadazzo

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    ATTENTION: If you came here looking how to "BYPASS" or "IMMOBILIZE" the problematic factory Passlock III security system on your GM car know this – This video and product shown DOES NOT "bypass" or "immobilize" the system. All this product does is AMPLIFY the signal received by the key tumbler. The original transponder chip still sends it's signal to the ORIGINAL and FLAWED key tumbler receiver… Albeit through a now stronger signal. It does NOT bypass the immobilizer like the title says.

    Backyard Bandits

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    thanks for the video i wired my bypass like this for my remote start now i can just get a normal key cut. i used a programmable one for mine it was a PLJX UTI. sweet you made my day

    dominic150

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    that wouldnt work. would need to be in front of the transponder reciever and then you would have trouble putting the column shroud back on.

    stgolling1603

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    So this renders the transponder neutralized and eliminates any theft deterrent abilities of the vehicle. Extra keys are $10 per, and the vehicle will program the keys for you if you have one. So you are relocating the transponder chip. You aren't bypassing anything. Bypassing implicates eliminating the functionality of the system altogether. You are just relocating the transponder chip. And I am sure that this fancy item you are selling is much more expensive than a new key.

    Randy Talsma

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    Get a better camera. Can't see anything, too blurry.

    Lessco Electronics

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    What happens when its hot and it falls off? or gets lost entirely?

    hixen976

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    why dont you just duct tape the transponder to the ign cyl housing??

    ItsAmandaPlEaSe!!!

    (November 14, 2018 - 12:15 am)

    I'm pretty sure this does not permanently fix the problems. This method will bypass the radio transmitter/receiver that surrounds the lock cylinder as well as the transponder chip in the key. This method does not bypass the anti-theft control module which is connected between the transmitter/receiver and the engine ECM.

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