I had a ignition box thing installed on my car by the dealer ship. The box was put on to insure my payments where being made on time. Long story short I payed my 2005 Chevy equinox off and the box

Asked by Laquisha Jun 01, 2015 at 11:16 PM about the 2005 Chevrolet Equinox LS FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Was supposed to be disengaged after I
made my last payment. Well I went and got
the box taken off and it took him all of 3 min
to take the box from my ignition. Well after
he took it off it started, but after we left the
dealer went to a gas station got gas and
tried to restart car and the lock signal came
on and it even says lock on my radio! What
do I need to do to get it out of theft lock?  
Please help asap!

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Call them back and ask to reset lock!

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