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03 olds alero 2.4

Temp drop to -30 , car plug in , in car port,turned over slow so hooked up jumper cables and car turns over fairly fast but not even trying to fire? with blanket and 1500 heater over different postion so top of the motor is warm,still nothing, when starting i have tried foot to the floor to stop from flooding, and not trying, lost in the cold please help darrell

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  • dlsmith47 Feb 08, 2009

    found the problem! when the battery went dead it cleared the computer ,so it would not read my ignition key,after installing new battery i turned the key to the on postion for fifteen minutes the computer reconfigured the key to start!!!,also at the same time the module on the coil pack went bad,(only two plugs fireing),so replaced and everything back to normal!!!.

  • ccn7 May 11, 2010

    can you smell gas while your trying to start it? could have fuel line freeze up.-30 perty cold.

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With battery going dead it cleared my computer,and would not identifiy my key code!,after leaveing the key in the on postion fo fifteen minutes,the computer restarted and it started,(re security light flashing)

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