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1999 Tahoe anti theft


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I need help with my 1999 4 door 4x4 Chevrolet tahoe. It sat in the yard without a battery in it for a few months. When I put a battery in it and tried to crank it the anti theft wouldn't let it. It starts for a second or 2 and immediately cuts off. A friend of mine put a jumper wire from the I believe pink and orange wires in the steering column saying it would bypass the anti theft  And it worked. Crunk up fine. No problem. Well then he touched a wire to something or another wire and it sparked. And now it won't start again.  If anyone has any information that might help me it would be appreciated

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What pink and orange wires? Can you take a picture? I highly doubt it starting was anything more than coincidence. Passlock 1 and 2 require the resistance value to be matched upon ignition cycle. Simply shorting the signal return and R-code wires together will not accomplish that. Also, the passlock wires have white, black, yellow, or orange depending on year/ make/ model, but never a pink wire, so I think your buddy messed something up.

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