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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I disconnected the battery on
make sure the connections are tight and secure at the battery.other than that u need to get the immobiliser programmed as it appears to be cutting the starter.incidentaly with most cars you are supposed to use a back up power supply when changing battery as computers on car can loose their memory including the immobilser.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
do you have spark? How do you know if your timing belt is good? sometimes it doesnt break just shed the teeth which could be missing under the crankshaft. The best way to check is to have two people. have one try to start the car and see if the camshaft is actually spinning. The crankshaft will always turn but if the teeth are gone on timing belt this would cause the belt to stay in one position not moving the camshaft. so if you can remove the upper timing belt cover and do this quick inspection with someone that will tell you for sure. if it does look like it is spinning then by hand turn engine very slowly with plug coil wires removed. and make sure teeth are all there. It couldve jumped timing. (valve timing)
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Standing out side the car, reach in and push the horn pad. Do you hear a click under the hood?
If not, check your fuse. If the fuse is good, check the relay.
If you do hear the click, your horns have likely failed. You can check for 12 volts with a multimeter or test light on the horn wire when the pad is depressed to verify.
If the relay and fuse check out OK and you still do not have power at the horn wires, your pad may have failed or the wire has come loose from it. This is an airbag component and should not be disassembled without familiarity with airbag systems..
If you do have 12 volts at the wire with the pad depressed, replace your horns.
One horn is located below the drivers headlight.
The other horn is near the firewall on the passenger side.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Can you please turn on your headlights to full beam, and confirm if you have strong brightness?
If your battery is in good condition, then there is likely a short somewhere in the main power line (coming from the red lead of your battery).
You should also inspect the MAIN engine power fuse, situated in the Engine fuse box, to ensure it hasn't blown.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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