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This car was
overheating, so I had a friend check it out and he said the thermostat
"was stuck" and fixed the problem.I failed to give him the keyless remote, which resulted in him activating
the factory installed alarm several times.Now, when he tries to start it, the car sounds like it's going to start,
but never cranks.I took the keyless
remote to him and we cycled through locking and unlocking the vehicle multiple
times, as well as he disconnected the positive post on the battery; however, it
still won't start.He thinks the keyless
remote triggered a "kill switch".Is there anything I can do or do I have to take it to a dealer?
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The thermostat may be blocked open; that could be a reason for the gauge position.
On most cars, the fan switch sensor is screwed into the radiator but it can also be screwed into the engine block. Sorry, I don't know this car specifically. Replace your thermostat to be safe, they're super inexpensive and could easily be the cause of overheating.
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This could the problem with battery getting drain even if your car is parked , this could the problem in the wiring or the grounding in the car ,first check if any lights or the cd player has the power even if the car is parked ............................