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Sounds like the anti theft system is active m try this process. Turn the key on. Do not attempt to start. Wait 10 minutes. Turn key off. Turn key on. Wit for theft light to go off. Now attempt to start.
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My infiniti g35 2003 coupe randomly turns off while im at a stop light and ... If i have any gaps or hole would that make the van not stay running?
Insert ignition key,turn forwards to run. Just till red lights & theft/alarm light goes on. Do not try to start or engage starter.Leave on till light stops flashing. It may take up to 10 minutes. Once light stops flashing turn key off. Then start car & let run for awhile.
Dear Sir, As you said your car stop after 10-15 miles run.and start working after 10 to 15 min wait.
It can occur due a part or unit which defer working according to temperature. it means it stop working when it got hot and start working when it get cold. this type of parts are motors which have winding unit inside it, which can stop working in high temperature, it will not happen if they are good working condition but if that is got short then it can happen. In your case cause is the fuel pump which is in fuel tank,Till it is cold it supply the fuel to engine but after few miles run it stop sending fuel to engine ,after wait for 10 to 15 it again start sending fuel to engine when it get cold.
Fuel pump will solve your problem. if any issue please let me know. Thanks.
Your problem is either the Alternator isent charging its 13.5 volts and the battery is flat or wont hold the charge SO do this.
Jump start engine again let it run for 2 minutes then turn on lights,, the head lights should go bright at 13.5 volts. it engine cuts out..and the lights dont go bright,, then the Alternator is not charging,,,, If they go bright and still cuts out the batterys NO GOOD.
Replace battery or get it checked outit must hold 12volts all the time Let me know how you get on.
1. Put the newly cut Master key into the keyway and turn it to the ON (RUN) position. A "security" indicator light on the dashboard will stay on for 10 minutes. 2. Within 1 minute after the indicator light goes off, turn the ignition to "OFF", then return to the ON (RUN) position. The indicator light again will stay on for 10 minutes (Do not remove the key.) 3. Again, within 1 minute after the indicator light goes off, turn the ignition to "OFF", then return to the ON (RUN) position. The indicator light again will stay on for 10 minutes. (Do not remove the key.) 4. When the light goes off the third time, the new key is programmed into the computer and will start the car. Remove the key and then re-insert it into the ignition lock and start the car. All previously stored codes will be erased. To stop the process at any time, simply remove the key and use an existing key to start the car.
Is your security light on. If your light is on then you have a security problem that means the fuel to your engine is getting cut off. It is a security feature built for the car so no one can steal it all you have to do is tun the key to the on position and wait 10 minutes the security light will be blinking during this time when the light goes off then turn the key to the off position and then try starting the car. This has happened to me you can see it in your car manuel
umh,have you checked the cambelt/chain tension its a bit strange for two sensors to go down at the same time !! cranksensor would make it stop but normally on sequential injection if the camsensor fails the car will keep running untilll you stop it then refuse to start....