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Old 05-29-2008, 08:10 PM
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Starts but won't run

I have a 1927 Ford T Roadster. I took a 2.2L motor out of a 1998 Chevy S10 pickup. I have the computer, body control module but I do not have the stock column or the ignition or the key or the passlock module in my possession. It starts and runs for about 2 seconds. I have checked the fuel injectors with a noid light and it is dropping out the injection circuit. I believe this to caused be the passlock theft system in the computer. How do I get around this?

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You need the ignition cylinder out of a 98 S10 (MRS magnetic resistor start) or a module to bypass the ignition. Module can be picked up from any installer who does remote starters on vehicles.
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Starts won't run

I already purchased a bypass module and installed it. The module needs a code to read and without the ignition there is no code to read. I have been told there are between 13 to 15 codes.
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