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have you checked your battery terminals? are they both tight? try to boost it from another car. if it starts from a boost,it may be a bad ground. do your headlights come on? it may be a bad fuse in the main fuse box under the hood.black box,lift cover,under the cover you will see locations of the main fuses and relays that operate the main components of your engine. look for blown fuses 1st then move on to check for bad relays[the square black box like components in the main fuse box] hope this helps and thank you in advance for choosing fixya.com
YOU HAVE SEVERAL PLACES one fuse box under dash driver side you also have some under hood relays may have 2 check fuses under dash 1st if not those check more under hood drivers side look for black box on driver front fenderwell
Have you checked the rest of the fuses? Both under the hood and under the dash. It sounds like you may have also blown the wiper switch. The 'gauge' fuse is suspect, make sure you check it as well. FYI, the oil filter in these cars are hand tighten only.
There are 2 diodes in the fuse box under the hood, there is a spare diode in the interior fuse box. Take that diode and try to swap it with one of the 2 under the hood. Guaranteed one of the diodes under the hood is blown. Do not listen to the other guys advice, he is an idiot!
there should be another fuse/relay box under the hood,usually by the battery.it mostly always has a black cover on it with push in clips on either side to release the cover.im not sure but if all the fuses are good in the engine bay,you might want to take a look behind the driver side and passenger side kick panel for more fuses/relays. hope this info helps you. take care and good luck, manny
the computers that tell the engine when to fire are sometimes different even with the same motors - replace the sensors from the old onto the new motor and i bet it will run -
also there are sensors other than just on the engine itself - also check all ground wires - and recheck all wires and make sure none are hanging without being connect - also check ur main fuse in the fuse box under the hood -