check wires at solenoid one is battery positive from the key switch. the other is negative from.emm. if you have negative from the emm and you are not requesting start then you probably have bad emm. 1800.00 for new and then pay dealer to program it.
03-07-2020 10:18 - edited 03-07-2020 10:20
What was the outcome? I’m currently dealing with this exact same thing!
The person you are asking about has not been on this website for over 3 years.
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