Car Alarms/2004 chevy impala kill switch
My 2004 Chevy impala won't start when I turn the ignition over.
I was told that it was the kill switch. How do I fix this problem
Yes sir, I understand your issue all too well.
That is the Classic complaint here. :>(
There is no "kill switch".
Your Vehicle Has The GM's PASSLOCK 2
fuel rail Immobilizer/cut off system.
The PLJX Bypass kit is going to be
needed to get around this safely.
It matches the resistance level in the key switch
and allows for the fuel rail to engage with any key
you choose to use.
I wish there was an easy way to magically get it to
work without it, but this is what we have available
short of paying GM a bunch of cash to reset
a system that will likely need it again, and again.
I'd bypass it and go from there with an after market
alarm to pick up the slack. Then no GM PASSLOCK II issues to
worry about down the line.
Any good technician can install this item in less then an 2 hours.
Take it to a reputable stereo,car alarm/remote starter installer,
or, we can guide you through it here once purchased.
In stock and ready to ship when you are.
To proceed, click or copy, cut n paste
the link below that best fits your situation:
If the vehicle's engine tries to crank, but does NOT engage/
turn over. You will need both the bypass kit, and
the relay application to get it started and bypassed
for good. This option is $89.95
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The Following Link To Purchase:
We have been selling and helping install these for over 15 years so
it is a tried and true solution to solve your problem.
I hope this helped.