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Do you electrical power? Are the head lights working? Are they as bright as they should be? If not check the battery. If they are does the engine crank when you try to start it? If not check the starter. If it does try spraying some starter fluid on the air filter. Try and start it again. If it then runs and shuts down after a second or two you have a fuel issue. Is the check engine light on? If it is you may a sensor related issue causing the engine to not start.
The fault code 53 is an ECM IMMOBILIZED ERROR. The immobilizer anti-theft system thinks the key is invalid. If it detects an error, it will; Disable the fuel injector circuit--- Disable the fuel pump circuit---Disable the ignition coil.
Code 53 will set when: 1- The Eectronic Control Module (ECM) does not receive the signal from the Immobilizer Control Unit (ICU) within 0.9 seconds when vehicle is stationary, or 1.8 seconds when vehicle is moving. 2- The ICU sends the ECM an incorrect release message more than 5 times. 3- The above conditions continue until the ignition is switched off.
sorry but if you is asking how to change pads, i recomend you get someone to replace them for you, as to replace pads, in cars that have been known in an accident, **** found the owner has replaced them, as there is one simple rule you realy need to know. and i not prepared to say on the net, sorry
As suggested above, change the battery. Then, open the car with the key, turn the ignition all the way to ON (all lights on the dashboard showing), and back to OFF. Now press either of the buttons on your remote, and keep it depressed until the hazards flash. That should cure the problem.