I have a 94 Corvette, Auto Trans, And it does not crank. Its not battery related for sure, and I dont think its starter related (but we'll see).
The Problem is, I lost the original keys that I got with the car, while out the other day. Had a locksmith come out to cut keys, and He put some sort of tester on it to see what resistance( or whatever) the chip in the key was. Turned out to be a #2, so he programmed that into the analyzer, and it started. He made the key, started it just fine with the key. He finished making the door key, tried the ign key again and this time it didnt crank. "SYS" flashed up on the LCD readout next to the speedo. So he brought back out the little computer again, hooked it up, and it didnt crank or start on any setting. The Fuel pump isnt cycling, no starter click, or anything. The ign sw seems to have power at the proper places. But I havent gotten a jack yet to get underneath it and check for power @ the solenoid wire. But with the fuel pump not cycling, and the injectors doing nothing, and on top of that the SYS still flashing up on the LCD, it almost seems unnecissary. Any Ideas? Need more info? Let me know please. Its driving me crazy.
OK, more info. Fuel pump is cycling, jump the solenoid on the starter, she runs for a couple secs with the Security light on, and then shuts off (what I assume the Pass-key thing should do).
Is it possible the Locksmiths Guy is incompitent? What could've he done? *Pulls his hair out*
have the same problem?
Sunday, September 16th, 2007 AT 10:01 PM