Reset security on 2002 Chevy Trailblazer

Asked by Apr 20, 2017 at 06:34 PM about the Chevrolet TrailBlazer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Security system shut everything down. Won't start, but all gauges light up.

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You can reset the 2002 Chevrolet blazer security system by removing the security system fuse. Keep the fuse out for 10 seconds and replace it to its original slot. Place the key in the "Run" position, but don't start it. Walk away. Come back in about 20 minutes. Turn off the key. Start the Blazer. You're done.

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Nope we could not find the fuse security fuse therefore still can't start it

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Where is the fuse

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Where is the Fuse Located

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Why can't you say where the Fuse is Located.? I Replaced the Ign.swith and lock..Replaced the Ign fuse..The starter is fairly new..The dashboard lights up but no attempt to start.. Where is the Alarm Fuse . .The Alarm sometimes alarms .

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