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1998 Pontiac Grand Prix Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-4D9DF65    W0133-1800009  New

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ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing
Brand: ACDelco
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1998 - Pontiac Grand Prix
ACDelco
2002 Pontiac Aztek Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-2918999    W0133-1800064  New

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$52.42
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing
  • Includes Tumbler, Springs and Retainers
Brand: ACDelco
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2002 - Pontiac Aztek
Genuine
2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Ignition Lock Assembly Genuine

P311-3A5A55F    W0133-1799054  New

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$48.14
Genuine Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; Incl.Housing
Brand: Genuine
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2002 - Pontiac Grand Prix
Genuine
2006 Pontiac Montana Ignition Lock Assembly Genuine

P311-3A5A55F    W0133-1799054  New

Qty:
$48.14
Genuine Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; Incl.HousingSmall Headed Keys
Brand: Genuine
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2006 - Pontiac Montana
ACDelco
2006 Pontiac Torrent Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-03680B9    W0133-1800090  New

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$41.49
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle
2006 - Pontiac Torrent
ACDelco
1985 Pontiac 6000 Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-02EC22F    W0133-3551466  New

Qty:
$35.21
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing,Key & Switch
Brand: ACDelco
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1985 - Pontiac 6000
ACDelco
1991 Pontiac Bonneville Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-02EC22F    W0133-3551466  New

Qty:
$35.21
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing,Key & SwitchColor-Chrome
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle
1991 - Pontiac Bonneville
ACDelco
2009 Pontiac G5 Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-5543A72    W0133-1919915  New

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$64.31
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing
Brand: ACDelco
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2009 - Pontiac G5
ACDelco
1992 Pontiac Grand Prix Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-33ADE09    W0133-1799640  New

Qty:
$25.60
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing,Key & Switch
Brand: ACDelco
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1992 - Pontiac Grand Prix GTP
ACDelco
1992 Pontiac Firebird Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-3A932A3    W0133-1799644  New

Qty:
$108.74
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing,Key & Switch
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle Transmission
1992 - Pontiac Firebird Manual
ACDelco
1991 Pontiac Firebird Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-3A932A3    W0133-1799644  New

Qty:
$108.74
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing,Key & Switch
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle Transmission
1991 - Pontiac Firebird Manual
ACDelco
1997 Pontiac Bonneville Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-311F50C    W0133-1799645  New

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$57.26
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing,Key & Switch
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle
1997 - Pontiac Bonneville
ACDelco
1994 Pontiac Grand Prix Ignition Lock Assembly ACDelco

P311-5853CFD    W0133-1799646  New

Qty:
$85.19
ACDelco Ignition Lock Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
  • ; Incl.Housing,Key & Switch
Brand: ACDelco
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1994 - Pontiac Grand Prix

Latest Pontiac Repair and Ignition Lock Installation Advice

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changing ignition lock

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Question From augie729 on changing ignition lock

On a 2001 Pontiac gran am after replacing the ignition lock does the bcm have to be reprogrammed or just a relearn procedure or both????

Response From Hammer Time

Just the relearn but it may require the 30 minute version of it.

Response From augie729

oh ok I thought the bcm how to be cleared of codes this is why i ask? since the securty light comes on every now and than stays on steady does not blink

Response From Hammer Time

That means you have another problem in the system somewhere that the ignition didn't resolve.

Response From augie729 Top Rated Answer

well I did not replace the ignition lock yet but there is a pass lock sensor on the housing part of the ignition lock alot of times they are either corroded or Just need to be replaced so i figure since I do not have a 5,000 tech 2 I would replace the ignition lock and pass lock sensor and see if that works since its a very common problem and that is why i asked do i need to clear any bcm codes or they clear them selves since i have to do a rearm procedure

Response From Hammer Time

I thought you had already done that. You can just disconnect the battery for 10 minutes or it will eventually clear itself. It won't interfere with the relearn.

Response From augie729

Oh ok whew LOL I never knew the bcm can clear its self with disconnecting the battery

Re:2005 Mazda 3 - changing ignition lock

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Question From jcb1968 on Re:2005 Mazda 3 - changing ignition lock

So I just finished replacing my Ignition lock in my 2005 Mazda 3.
The car doesn't start after replacement.
I turned ignition on, let security icon clear, turned it off, and repeated 4-5 times.
I now have the battery disconnected and will leave it off until the am.
Is this the necessary step that is needed in order to start?
Thanks for your reply in advance.

Response From Hammer Time

I don't know where you got the idea you could do that but you can't. This requires a factory scan tool to program the new keys.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Separated your thread as you tagged this onto a Pontiac thread and the two cars don't' share much. Please make your own with your own specific vehicle,

T

1988 PONTIAC TRANS AM- DIGITAL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER

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Question From RUBEN209 on 1988 PONTIAC TRANS AM- DIGITAL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER

Hello.

Recently, I started my car and the instrument cluster did not light up. The instrument cluster is digital and consists of the following gauges:

  • Tachometer
  • Speedometer
  • Water Temp.
  • Oil Pressure
  • Electrical
  • Fuel
  • Odometer

  • The power windows simultaneously stopped working as well. I have replaced the ignition lock cylinder assuming that it may be the problem since I had been having some difficulty turning the key. Also, the rear hatch motor is no longer working although I am not sure if this occurred at the same time as the rest of the previously mentioned problems. Any advice would be appreciated.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Well that stinks!!

    The only couple ideas I have is that they all need power and ground. The trunk motor should work without the key so I'm doubting the ignition right now.

    See if you can find any broken ground straps between engine block and body of car. For a test try using jumper cables between engine and body.

    Another thing that happened to me is the power block on the firewall side underhood will be near fuse box and with I think just one nut or bolt and a main power to the car (GM Van in this case) just wasn't making a connection. Before I would take that off just try twisting on it and if that makes a difference problem sure could be right there. The fix was to give a slight twist to the spade connectors - regrease it up and I never heard of another problem with that van.

    Just some thoughts but hang in there others may have more ideas, Good luck, T

    Response From RUBEN209

    Hi Tom, i have a little more info today about my electrical problem. I have checked with a tester and the following fuses are not lighting up.
    CLSTR
    CRANK
    C/H-FAN
    INST LPS
    HTR A/C

    I checked it with the ignition key on. I also replaced with other fuses and had no change. Does this help narrow down the search field? Any suggestions from anyone would be appreciated

    Response From steve01832

    If the fuses aren't getting power then you may have some open fusible links. At the starter solenoid you should have a cluster of small wires going to a post. These are the fuse links. A lot of times the wires burn inside the insulation and they look o.k. One way to tell is to wiggle the wires around and bend them. If the wire feels like it is made of Jello then you need to start replacing the links. Make sure you use Fusible Link Wire and that it is the same guage as the original wire. Fuse link wire is designed to burn up harmlessly in the case of circuit overload. If you use regular wire then you risk having a fire under the hood if this happens again. Good luck and keep us posted.

    Steve

    Response From RUBEN209 Top Rated Answer

    Thanks for the suggestions. I will certainly try it over this holiday weekend. I'll let you know if it works.

    Changing ignition on 05 pontiac montana sv6

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    Question From Dobb on Changing ignition on 05 pontiac montana sv6

    Do you have to get the vehicle reprogramed if you change the ingnition switch on a 05 Pontiac Montana SV6,,The van will flash the dash lights on and off,,sometimes it quits sometimes not,,starts right back up,,could be sitting idling or going on the road when it does it. Might do it several times in a few miles,,then not do it again for weeks. Sometimes the blinkers are working but not flashing on the dash, could be showing high beams on when actualy the low beams are on. Any help would be appreciated,,Thanks

    Response From Hammer Time

    No, that's not a programming issue. What was changed to start with, the switch or the lock and why was it changed?

    Response From Dobb

    It hasn't been changed,,I'm thinking that the ignition is the problem,,sometimes when you turn it off, it keeps running until you pull the key out, then it stops. So I might change the igntion and see if that solves the problem.

    Response From Hammer Time

    The electrical part, not the lock.

    Response From Dobb

    Do you mean the Passkey unit?? It's unplugged and didn't make any difference

    Response From Hammer Time

    No, I meant the electrical ignition switch and not the lock and tumbler. The car can't run without the Passkey operational so don't unplug that.

    Response From Dobb

    Its been unplugged for a couple of months,,van still runs the same as it did before.

    Response From Hammer Time

    That can't be. The PCM will not turn the fuel on unless it receives the password from the security system unless you have some sort of aftermarket override device.

    Response From Dobb

    I bought the van used so I don't know how original everything is,,

    Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

    It appears that it is possible for the engine to run without communication to the theft module if it was already running when the communication was first lost.



    VEHICLE THEFT DETERRENT (VTD) DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

    The vehicle theft deterrent system functions are provided by the theft deterrent control module(VTD). The vehicle theft deterrent system prevents vehicle operation if a valid (learned) transponder PASS-Key(R)III (PK3) ignition key is not used to start the vehicle. The VTD module has an exciter that is part of the VTD module as an assembly. The PK3 key has a transponder embedded in the plastic head of the key. The exciter is an antenna which is made up of wire coils which surround the ignition lock cylinder. The PCM enables engine starting when it receives a valid (learned) password from the VTD module via the class 2 serial data circuit. The components of the vehicle theft deterrent system are as follows:

  • Theft deterrent control module (VTD)
  • Powertrain control module (PCM)
  • Ignition key (Transponder)
  • Ignition lock cylinder
  • Security indicator

  • Theft Deterrent Control Module (VTD)
    Vehicles with steering column mounted ignition switches have the exciter integral with the theft deterrent control module (VTD) which is located within the steering column. Vehicles with instrument panel mounted ignition switches have exciter modules separate from the VTD module with the vehicle wiring harness connecting the two. The VTD module for vehicles with instrument panel mounted ignition switches is located within the instrument panel. The VTD module can learn up to ten keys (transponder values).

    The VTD module uses the following inputs, battery voltage, ignition switched voltage and ground circuit. The VTD module uses the following outputs, password exchange with the PCM (fuel enable/disable) via class 2 serial data circuit.

    When an ignition key is inserted into the ignition lock cylinder, the transponder embedded in the head of the key is energized by the exciter coils surrounding the ignition lock cylinder. The energized transponder transmits a signal that contains its value, which is received by the VTD module. The VTD module then compares this value to a value stored in memory and performs one of the following functions:
  • If the transponder value is correct, the VTD module sends a class 2 message containing the module's enable password to the PCM.
  • If the transponder value is incorrect, the VTD module sends a class 2 message containing a disable password to the PCM.
  • If the VTD module is unable to measure the ignition key transponder value for one second (due to a damaged or missing pellet or a damaged exciter), it sends a class 2 message containing a disable password to the PCM.

  • IMPORTANT: If the PCM is unable to communicate with the VTD module (loss of class 2 state of health) after the vehicle has started, the module will consider itself malfunctioning and enter a fail enable state and illuminate the Security Indicator. The vehicle will not stall or stop running. If the PCM is in a fail enable state when the ignition is turned to OFF, it will remain fail enabled until the next time the vehicle is started. If the PCM is fail enabled the theft deterrent system is NOT active and the vehicle will start. The PCM will remain fail enabled until class 2 communication with the VTD module is restored.

    Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
    The powertrain control module (PCM) verifies that the password received from the theft deterrent control module (VTD) via the Class 2 serial data circuit is correct. The PCM can learn only one enable password. If the enable password is correct, the PCM enables the starting and fuel delivery systems.

    The PCM disables the starting and fuel delivery systems if any of the following conditions occur:
  • The enable password is incorrect.
  • The system disable password is sent by the VTD module.
  • No passwords are received - there is no communication with the VTD module.

  • Response From Dobb

    Alot of information for me to understand,,I once thought that the passkey might cause it to quit like it does,,but I don't think so after reading your post,,Thanks

    Response From Hammer Time

    Are you getting any kind of security indicator when you try to start it?

    Response From Dobb

    I've never seen anything on the dash about security.

    Response From Hammer Time

    The indicator is in the top of the dash.

    Response From Dobb

    I'll check that out today,,didn't even know that was up there! Thanks

    Response From Dobb

    I started it this AM totally dark out,, No light flashing on the dash where the two little sensors are. Van has been working great for the last six days,,but this is usual,,will work good for up to a month or so and then take a freak and act up for a few days.

    Response From Hammer Time

    You're not going to see anything if the problem isn't present at the moment. You can't fix what isn't broken.

    Response From Dobb

    If the van is acting up and quitting,,I should see a light flashing up on the dash if the problem is a security issue?? If so then it could mean a faulty ignition? Thanks

    Response From Hammer Time

    No, not at all. The security light refers to a starting problem only. This issue really needs to be diagnosed professionally.

    problem starting

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    Question From strikeeeer on problem starting

    2001 pontiac gran am security light comes on and have to let stand 10 minutes till light quites flashing then it will start Thanks for any help.Have to leave key on.

    Response From samg.

    99.9% of the time it's a problem with the lock cylinder, most likely the pass-lock wires have started to split. It won't be long untill it's going to leave you sitting. And unless you have knowledge in sir systems and how to take apart a sterring column, i'd take it to a shop.

    Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

    As Samg said, the most common problem is the key sensor in the column. I can give you a way to bypass that but it will only work if the key sensor was actually the problem.

    If you find the black wire and the yellow wire from the passlock sensor in the column you can solder in a 2.2 K ohm resistor and then attempt to start the car.It will stall don't turn the ignition off.Let the ignition on for ten minutes or until the theft light goes out.Turn the key off for ten seconds then attempt to start the car.If it now runs you have been successful.If it doesn't you either made a mistake or there are other problems besides the ignition lock cylinder.

    Response From strikeeeer

    Is that ing. switch in steering column

    Response From strikeeeer

    Is that ing. switch in steering column,