Where can i find a diagram to change the starter relay fuse for my 1998 buick lesabre gas variables pogil worksheet answers

First check the two fuses in the fuse block, #1A and #2E. They may be marked as vehicle anti theft system (vats) #1A. Fuse #2E may be marked vats/air bags. If these are good, locate the anti theft relay located above the fuse block. There will be a yellow wire and a purple wire on each side of the relay. You want to jump the yellow wire (A2) to the purple wire (C1) wire, and then to one of the yellow wires that runs from the relay back up through the steering column. This wire is the (C1) wire. The purple wire on the other side of the relay is (A2). Jump these two wires and this will bypass the relay. If the car still won’t start the problem is most likely in the column. Either the chip in the key or the resistor in the ignition key cylinder. Have a locksmith cut you a new key from code before changing the key cylinder. You can also start the car by locating the purple wire under the hood in the harness with the black plastic cover, that runs across the firewall. In that same bundle of wires there should be a slightly thicker red wire. With the key in the on position take a sharp knife and cut into the 2 wires at the same time to make a connection. This will turn the starter and start the car.

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First check the two fuses in the fuse block, #1A and #2E. They may be marked as vehicle anti theft system (vats) #1A. Fuse #2E may be marked vats/air bags. If these are good, locate the anti theft relay located above the fuse block. There will be a yellow wire and a purple wire on each side of the relay. You want to jump the yellow wire (A2) to the purple wire (C1) wire, and then to one of the yellow wires that runs from the relay back up through the steering column. This wire is the (C1) wire. The purple wire on the other side of the relay is (A2). Jump these two wires and this will bypass the relay. If the car still won’t start the problem is most likely in the column. Either the chip in the key or the resistor in the ignition key cylinder. Have a locksmith cut you a new key from code before changing the key cylinder. You can also start the car by locating the purple wire under the hood in the harness with the black plastic cover, that runs across the firewall. In that same bundle of wires there should be a slightly thicker red wire. With the key in the on position take a sharp knife and cut into the 2 wires at the same time to make a connection. This will turn the starter and start the car.