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I would first see if you have spark. Does the computer actually see the engine cranking. If there is spark does the fuel pump turn on when the ignition is turned to the on position. If so is there enough fuel pressure, if so do the injectors deliver the gas. For most at home, only a qualified tech. can help you from here.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The mechanic is most likely correct the vehicles have double intake as well as double exhaust valves which allows the motor to retain most of its power even if one of the valves burns out. However if an intake valve burns or fails there usually is a popping sound or misfire upon acceleration in this case you most likely have a burnt or worn exhaust valve, you have about six months to a year before the truck starts really misbehaving. Just address the side of the engine or head that has the burnt valve don't let them talk you into doing both cylinder heads you may go 250,000 to 300,00 miles before having to do a full valve job on the truck. These motors are fairly tough so just do the one head not both when the time comes.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
Either the battery in the remote is flat, or the remote need to be re-entered into your ECU. It seems the de-mobiliser is not de-activated for starting. That should happen when you use your remote. If the car's computer is not receiving signals from the remote, nothing much will happen, as you describe. You need to take the car and remote to your dealership and they will either program a new remote, or re-program your old one.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
the car need to be diagnose to find what's faulted possible few sensor this cars are computerized and better to have it diagnose to prevent you spending to much and address the problem
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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