How to bypass anti theft light

Asked by Apr 07, 2017 at 09:29 PM about the 1997 Chevrolet Malibu FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How to cut the anti theft light wire

10 Answers

85,395

Don't mess with the security system, you'll have nothing but problems. Why do you want to cut that wire? If your batter is draining down it is not because of that.

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115,385

Use a bit of black tape to hide that offending light!

66,455

Use quality wire cutters.

80,325

See my reply on your first question. HTH. -Jim

24,145

Takes a genius. Cut one wire, add power (jumper) to another wire, reconnect first wire.

24,145

You told computer your the owner & have the key, then alarm said I'am good with that & how are you to computer and computer said I'am cool.

12,830

There are tons of advice on the net regarding how that is done ... and tons of results from the advice .... The most memorable one was from a guy who set his airbag off when he cut a wire

85,395

LOL,,,morning Tom...

12,830

Hey,,, good morning ...I sent a question to your page about how to get in touch .... I did some serious CNC control design .. looks like you work in aerospace ...

85,395

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