There is no anti-theft "relay" per se, and the system is not easily
easiest way to bypass it is to attach a transponder (with or without the key) to
steering column close to the lock cylinder and then use a plain key for starting.
(I get the feeling you have misplaced the transponder keys for your van?)
you could also remove the current key switch twist the wires together
and replace with a plain keyswitch worked in my windstar, i thought
80.00 a key was rediculous good thing wasnt a vette theyre 200.00
no i dont whant to steal one , it is just that that van is driven by 4
different driver and i had to replace 5 key's since 2002 , so i'mmtrying to
bypass the system so any key will do
i tried to put the key touching the cylinder , but the van does not start ,
is there a specific place the the key should touch so it will start with any
or can i jump the ignition wire so when i turn the key the 12 v is going
directly to the solenoid of the starter
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