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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-11-2010
IGNITION KEY DIFFICULT OR UNABLE TO BE TURNED OR REMOVED – KEY-IN-IGNITION WARNING CHIME SOUNDING WITH KEY REMOVED Some 2000-2005 Focus vehicles may exhibit ignition key related issues including difficulty or an inability to turn the key, an inability to remove the key, or (2005 only) the key-in-ignition warning chime continuing to sound even when the key is removed. ACTION Based on the vehicle’s symptom, refer to the appropriate Service Procedure. SERVICE PROCEDURE UNABLE TO REMOVE IGNITION KEY 1. Check if the inability to remove the key is the result of normal operation of the key removal inhibit circuit: In automatic transmission equipped vehicles, the key removal inhibit solenoid (within the ignition switch assembly) is energized when the gear selector is moved out of the park position, and prevents the ignition key from being removed. If the gear selector is in any position other than park when the key is rotated or turned off, the key removal inhibit circuit will not release the key (key cannot be removed). To remove the key, the gear selector must first be placed in the park position, then the ignition must be cycled to run and back to lock. This is normal, do not replace the ignition lock cylinder if it is operating as described. 2. Refer to Workshop Manual, Section 307-05 and follow diagnostics for the “shift interlock system”. The shift interlock system includes the key removal inhibit circuit, which may be causing the concern. If the shift interlock system is operating correctly, replace the ignition lock cylinder. Refer to Workshop Manual, Section 501-14, “Ignition Lock Cylinder Functional” removal and installation procedure. DIFFICULT OR UNABLE TO TURN IGNITION KEY
Filed Under (Plymouth) by admin on 22-09-2010
Using a functional key fob transmitter, unlock the vehicle and disarm the Vehicle Theft Security System. Insert ignition key into the ignition switch. Turn the ignition switch to RUN position with- out starting engine. Using a functional key fob transmitter, press and hold the UNLOCK button for a minimum 4 seconds (maximum 10 seconds). While holding UNLOCK button, and before 10 seconds passes, press and release the PANIC button. A single chime will sound to verify that the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) module is set to receive the new Vehicle Access Code(s). 6. Within 30 seconds of the chime, press any button on each new key fob transmitter. After 30 seconds or when ignition switch is turned OFF, the RKE module will end the programming mode. A single chime will sound to verify that the RKE module will no longer receive additional Vehicle Access Code(s). 7. When Vehicle Access Code(s) programming is complete, turn Ignition Switch to the OFF position and verify RKE system operation using each key fob. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. NOTE: Only the primary (first two) key fob transmitters will operate the memory seat and mirror systems. If a primary key fob is being replaced, the memory seat and mirror module will require programming. Refer to Power Seats for proper (data link) programming procedure.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 04-06-2010
Some customers may experience a water leak at the front floor area. Water may be Introduction entering the body due to a body sealer void on the engine compartment rear wall, near the upper door hinge. Repair 1. Raise the vehicle. On the side of the vehicle that has the water leak, remove the front Procedure wheel and the front fender plastic liner. 2. Examine (with flash light and mirror) the body sealer condition on the engine compartment rear wall, near the upper door hinge. Also examine the sealer condition inside the inner fender box frame structure with access holes (see illustration).
Filed Under (land rover) by admin on 23-05-2010
Use this option to program new Plips (remote button keys) for the vehicle so that they will operate the locks and alarm. All existing Plips will be erased from the Immobiliser memory at this point. You must then press the lock button on the Plip repeatedly until the Horn sounds. This indicates that the Immobiliser has stored the Plip. The Plip code must be read successfully 8 times before it is stored, so it will be necessary to press the lock button at least 8 times before the horn will sound. Repeat this procedure for all Plips to be programmed, and press the ENTER key on the Multi-Tester Pro when finished. N.B. Because all existing Plips are erased at the start of this procedure, you must re-learn any existing Plips that you still wish to use with the vehicle. It is therefore important that you have all the keys for the vehicle to hand before beginning this procedure.
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 10-08-2010
Each ignition key (2) used in the Sentry Key Remote Entry System (SKREES) has a transponder chip included on the circuit board (4) beneath the cover (1) of the integral Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter (3). In addition to having to be cut to match the mechanical coding of the ignition lock cylinder and programmed for operation of the RKE system, each new Sentry Key has a unique transponder identification code that is permanently programmed into it by the manufacturer, and which must be programmed into the Sentry Key REmote Entry Module (SKREEM) to be recognized by the SKREES as a valid key. The Sentry Key transponder cannot be adjusted or repaired. If faulty or damaged, the entire key and RKE transmitter unit must be replaced. When the ignition switch is turned to the On position, the Sentry Key REmote Entry Module (SKREEM) communicates through its antenna with the Sentry Key transponder using a Radio Frequency (RF) signal. The SKREEM then listens for a RF response from the transponder through the same antenna. The Sentry Key transponder chip is within the range of the SKREEM transceiver antenna ring when it is inserted into the ignition lock cylinder. The SKREEM determines whether a valid key is present in the ignition lock cylinder based upon the response from the transponder. If a valid key is detected, that fact is communicated by the SKREEM to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) over the Controller Area Network (CAN) data bus, and the PCM allows the engine to continue running. If the PCM receives an invalid key message, or receives no message from the SKREEM over the CAN data bus, the engine will be disabled after about two seconds of operation. The ElectroMechanical Instrument Cluster (EMIC) will also respond to the invalid key message on the CAN data bus by flashing the security indicator on and off.