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Re: out of gas
If your car is anything like my truck, there is a relay switch under the dash. When the fuel gets to low, it shuts the car down to prevent damage to the fuel pump. It should be right under the passenger side dash, on my truck there is a reset switch. Look for this, if you can't find it, you may need to have the car taken into the dealership to have it done. You should never let your car get that low on fuel for various reasons, this being one of them. Good luck.
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im just gonna take a stab in the dark here i understand that your security light is on try unlocking your door with your key sometimes you just need to reset the security. otherwise ive seen a security module go bad that may be preventing you from starting it.
Switch ignition ON.Press and hold lock button for 10 sec.Switch ign.Off.Remove key from ign. switch.Wait 5 sec.Sinchronization procedure complete.Confirm sinchronization has been successful by locking,double locking and unlocking vehicle. Repeat abuve procedure to sinchronize any remaining key.Good luck
First of all I would buy my gas at a different location. Sound like your getting water from somewhere. The gas we get today isn't what it used to be. If you still on the same tank of gas, i would use more heat, until you can put more fresh gas in it.....
Well you might want to park the car at an upward angle so the gas feeder stem can get to the gas. I have a 94 Honda Accord and assuming it has the same size tank, you might get about 2 gallons or three to be on the safe side. Also once you put the gas in and before you crank the car, hold the gas pedal to the floor for about 30 seconds and then let go.. wait a few seconds and crank your car. You should be on your way...
You may have a fuel pump issue, or as you mentioned a fuel problem due to water or old gas, check the pressure at the fuel rail that goes to the injectors, there is a service port there, also take a sample of the gas and let it stand to see if any water is present, smell the gas, bad gas smells like paint thinner.
there is a plug at the top of engine crome line about 1/4 dia. that will spray fuel when pump is activated. I removed when i was thinking i had a fuel problem. after spraying fuel every place decided i had to look for other issues