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stop the car and turn it off and don't forget to remove the key. the open the hood and find the battery. Then remove the negative battery terminal connector completely from the battery. with the battery disconnected turn on you headlamps as you would for night time driving. Wait an half an hour so all the current drains out the the electrical system. after the half hour TURN OFF THE HEADLAMPS BEFORE RECONNECTING THE BATTERY! Next reconnect the negative battery terminal connector back on the negative battery terminal don't forget to tighten it down. Put the key in the ignition turn the computer on to on BUT wait 5 seconds before actually starting the car, then start the car as normal and drive the car at least 25 miles 10 city 15 highway so the car can relearn all it functions again **Note first time start the car my be rough due that it need to relearn if it is acting rough apron start up let it idle for a bit before driving so it can calm down**
If this is after you stopped the engine , is is possible the Cooling Fan is still powered for a short time to cool the system even after you left the car. In some rare occasions ( VW vr6 p.e.) there is also an electrical water-pump to keep the cooling going after stopping the engine.
This happened with my Sunfire. It was the radiator. The engine wasn't cooling, but the sensor wasn't showing that it was overheating. So the engine would start when it was cool, but as soon as it got hot, then if I stopped it wouldn't start again.
Assuming this is a power window the wire on your window regulator has broken and has tangled up locking the window. Your dealer or favorite automotive store will have a replacement with or without an electric motor. Usually the motors are ok and you just need the regulator.About an hour and a half to do yourself.
Hi, you may have a bad battery cable, but first check the 30 amp fuse 101 under the hood. If that's good, check the cable from the battery to the starter carefully for weak spots, where it will bend easily. Also check the cable from the negative terminal for weak spots. It that cable goes to the frame or chassis rather than the engine, also check the ground strap from the frame to the engine.
replace window control switch.on driver side.if dash lights go out one by one.you have to replace dash board light bulbs you have to remove the bezel or instrument cluster.disable air bags before working on dash.change the brake light switch..
try removing the battery leads for up to half hour then place it in park and cross your fingers . under the console they have an inhibitor switch which prevents them from starting in gear you may have damaged this also just simply check all of your fuses just prey for a simple solution. let me know if you get stuck