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Try tracing the battery wire , it might have a lose connection , could be a lose ground wire ...
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
turn the ignition key to the acc or lock position with the odometer reading showing.
while holding the trip/reset button turn the ignition to the on position. light should flash and go out!
reset done. if you have any more issues plese ask. good luck
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
I f the car turned over before you replaced the alternator then maybe the problem is not the alternator but ignition issues, sometime the igniton module goes on these cars without warning my advise would be to remove one of the spark plugs to check for spark, remove wire then plug in plug to wire lay the plug on a part of the motor that is metallic, have an assistant turn the car over and try to start look to see if plug has a blue spark or purple don't do test in direct sunlight. If a good spark is seen go on to next test stick your finger into the hole where the spark plug goes have an assistant turn motor over you should hear and feel alot of pressure trying to push your finger out of hole if you don't feel a good deal of pressure you probably broke the timing belt and the cylinder head must be removed and rebuilt because of the nature of the designed interference engine (valve gets hit by piston bending it when timing belt breaks) good luck
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
That sounds like a dead battery. The ticking sound is the relay (a type of switch) which enables power to the starter motor when you turn the key. If the battery is weak, the relay will click, but there is not enough power to turn the starter motor.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
sounds like your pgmfi main relay has gone bad,pretty common on this car.it is located above the drivers knee bolster panel. 1"x1"x3" retangular box single plug
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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