Hotwire and Unlock Steering Chevy Silverado. I hotwired and unlocked the steering on my friend's 1997 Chevrolet Silverado k1500 when it got stuck. This also applies to other truck and SUV models from this year range.
I used only wire strippers, a hammer and the key.
To hotwire it: take off all the plastics around the key, strip the yellow, pink and red wires. Connec the red (battery) and the pink (ingition 2). Then touch the yellow to it which engages the starting motor.
To roll up the windows wrap the brown around the pink and red.
To do all the other stuff just pull off the wires and wrap them to the pink and red bundle.
For this truck the steering was locked up because of a faulty lock cylinder. There are springs inside the key that push out onto these sorts of levers which lock the steering. The springs can fall out over time and so what we did is we had to hammer the key into the ignition, turn the key with pliers while hitting the lock cylinder case (metal case where you insert the key) with the hammer to vibrate the parts that had lost their springs in order to rotate it.
When you want to turn off the car, just disconnect the pink and red, DO NOT rotate the key once the steering is unlocked, this will lock the steering up again and will be very bad if it locks while you are driving the car!!!
This video is not made to help you steal cars.
If you have any questions, just ask!
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