Originally Posted by Technical Ted
If he is checking the Vats wires coming from the lock (with key inserted) & getting 4.3 but the key resistance is 11.6 then something is still wrong. Don't you want to do the Vats bypass?
My husband'* mechanic friend came by with his portable diagnostic machine again, and he said that it now reads that it is the VATS (since my husband repaired the wire) and said it now needs reset (or whatever) but he doesn't know how to do it, and we can't afford to take it to the dealer for work right now.
So - my question now, is, if we do the VATS bypass, can we later undo the bypass so we can have the VATS working again? Or - is it permanently disabled once the bypass is done?
What a headache. I want an old car without all this stuff you can't easily fix with regular tools yourself. :(