You need to have the new ignition switch programmed into the system. The easiest way is with a scan tool. There is a way that takes thirty or more minutes and may work.
However, as you have already tried to start it which may have set a code it may not work.
The following is the auto learn procedure:
Insure the ignition key is in the "on" position.
3 - Momentarily rotate the ignition key to the crank position (do not start the vehicle), then release it to the "run" position (do not key off in the process).
4 - Wait ten minutes. Observe the security indicator. Refer to the following list for the appropriate responses:
If the pass-lock tm sensor was replaced the security indicator will flash for the ten minutes duration.
If the EVO/passlock tm module was replaced, the security indicator will flash for a few seconds and then remain on for the remainder of the ten minutes duration.
5 - The security indicator will transition from flashing to on briefly to off after ten minutes if remaining in the ignition on position.
6 - Turn the ignition switch to the off position and wait for ten seconds.
Repeat steps 3-6 two more times.
The new security code is ready to be communicated among the pass-lock sensor, EVO/pass-lock module and VCM/PCM.
The new password is learned on the next ignition lock cylinder cycle from off to crank to on (start attempt).
Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 AT 1:13 AM