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double posted, why?
wont start with cables or both.,
and is not said.
its a no crank, (starting comes after cranking, )
when dead after jump
surely you can explain that in details.
went dead drive.
went dead after cables lifted after both engine ran for 15min?
went dead next day.what?????? details are the key to life,
Make sure battery has a full charge. Don't crank the starter motor more than a few seconds at a time, let it cool, a little. How long since a tune-up? Are there any applicable codes? Have you tried a jumper wire at your data link connector, to get codes? If your check engine lite isn't functional, it won't work.
Did you check primary voltage to ignition coil, usually a pink wire, goes hot with the key on. If possible, use a test light on negative side of coil, it should pulse with engine cranking. The ignition module pulses ground with input from pick-up coil. Could be other issues? If the battery isn't charged, we're just spinning our wheels.
If your check engine light is on get it scanned. If not pull the camshaft sensor and make sure the magnet is still in place on the cam shaft. You might need to crank it once or twice to turn the camshaft.