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Car wont start

Car acts like its out of gas but itsnot was working fine except temp gauge slightly higher

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Turn the key to the on position for 10 minutes till security light turns off. then turn the key back to off. then start the car. car should start if so theres a black box under the glove box on passinger side called the bcm (body control module) there are 3 sets of wire plugin's the middle one has a yellow wire in the center of it next to a black wire. with car still running cut the yellow wire. that bypasses the security thieft anti lock system.

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