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Car will not start, it cranks

Brought it to repair shop, checked vehicle no spark. Replace the crank angle sensor aka camshaft synchronizer, car started right up and also replaced battery. Left car at shop following morning car will not start . What else could be wrong

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Possible that the immobiliser has been corrupted by the battery change use a scan tool and reset the CPU program or run the fault codes to find what else has failed

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If your shop is , perplexed try another shop.

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Hard to say Roy. Since it is at the shop what does the repair guy say?

Posted on Apr 18, 2015

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    Roy Wong Apr 18, 2015

    Still does not know the problem , it's started when the crank sensor was changed. Now no start ???

  •  johnny rebel
    johnny rebel Apr 18, 2015

    he needs to fix it,it is still at his shop and the car ultimately doesnt run,he didnt do his job,

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