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Kill switch? Stopped got Gas turned car off, will not start. Have power but does nothing no crank

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I would look at the security system if not working correctly car will shut down and will not start cuts off gas supply and cranking ability. Hope I was a help Joe

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If the car will not turn over it would not be a fuel system related problem. If it were fuel related it would crank over but would not start.

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