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Vehicle won't start

While traveling in my vehicle, all the gauges started doing crazy stuff and all of a sudden it stopped. When I turned the ignition on the gauges acted very funny with a hissing noise, then when I tried to start it, it did,nt do anything....absolutely nothing. After an hour trying, it finally turned over. Ever since, it did the same thing every once in a while. Now it does not start. All the lights turns on, the gauges acts funny with a weird hissing noise.. but the engine just does'nt crank over. It may take upo to two hours! The battery and alternator are brend new.

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  • mviolenus Jan 19, 2009

    No it does not turn over. It feeds electricity to the gauges, but noes not even try to turn over. thanks

  • mviolenus Jan 19, 2009

    No it does not turn over. It feeds electricity to the gauges, but noes not even try to turn over. thanks

  • Smith_464 Feb 28, 2009

    I am working on an 02 trail b. with the same problems, It does not crank when the guages are jumping then after a randum cycle of key switch it will crank but not start. I have a code of 1000 ind. a class 2 data link problem this would ind. a problem with communications from dash to PCM not sure if key switch is problem. may be voltage drop across it. I will test further. Any insight would be helpful I repair cars in my spare time. usualy problems like this are caused by passkey problems but light on dash goes out.

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Does it turn over?

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