This is unfortunately more common than not. When you replaced the switch did you disconnect the battery?
If not, then the vehicle thinks you are trying to steal it.
However, just by disconnecting the battery, you could cause the same thing, so it is not fail-safe, but it is the most common cause of this happening.
Here is a guide that will help with this, but I suspect we are going to have to check for codes:
Depending on what codes are there, we may have to take different action.
I am also attaching the process below for the 10 minute and 30-minute reset process.
So, let's run through both of these and make sure this is how you did the 10 minute and then do the 30 and see if that is able to reset it.
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Saturday, April 30th, 2022 AT 5:09 PM