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My car started and shut off I opend the hood and found gas in my vacuum line then I found that some one had stoled my Hvacmodule fuse I have replaced it but It still will not start.

I have replaced the Hvac fuse module and looked at all fuses but it still will not start please if there is anyone out there that can help me please the car has a lot of sentimental value . See I've lost my son and we spent alone of time in it and he called it the silver surfer car he was 6 years old when I lost him on 7/15/2013 he was and still is so please I need to find out what is going on.

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Maybe it shorted out the computer or blew another fuse by it being stolen. Miami sells refurbed pcm s for the best price and e programs them (200 us) when you give them a vin number if that is it. Computers generally last around 10-12 years. It might just be a PCM fuse. I think your car has an under dash fuse box and a engine compartment fuse box. Most cars have them. This is my best guess. Maybe a old fuel filter or bad pressure valve on the fuel injector rail that feeds the injectors? It is vacuum operated on most cars.( the pressure valve I mean). It could be the diaphragm is busted and sending fuel into the vacuum line system.

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I noticed you replace the crankshaft sensor, but not the CAMshaft sensor.
The Ignition module takes the input of both sensors to tell the coil when to energize.
This sensor should come up as an error code when you attach a obd reader.
Even if your light is not on - there may be a code. If it is not your vehicle originally, some people pull the bulb!

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It sounds like you may have burned out your fusable link. It's a special wire that comes off the starter solennoid and is designed to burn off in the event of an overload. DO NOT REPLACE IT WITH REGULAR WIRE, THIS IS A LEADING CAUSE OF CAR FIRES.
You will want to check for what caused the overload condition that caused the fusable link to burn out in the first place.

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