When i take out my key,, everything is lit up.. and music playing.. but when i open the door.... i get out... all things going in the car shuts off... I would suggest.. turn off a/c,,,, stereo, etc.. before you get out of the car..until you can get to the dealer and have them check that door connection to turn things off...
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try disconecting the positive terminal of the batery for sevral minets (5-10) this will reset the brain box memory for the stero aswell as for the car it self.
what caused the batery to go dead in the first place?
things that i can think of :
1) left headlights on over night
2) bad altenator not charging batery
3) battery is old and not taking a charge anymore
4) new stero installed incorectly and drainging the batery
have you resently installed a new stero or amplifyer?
is the turn key igntion system hooked into the amp/stero antena lead so that thy are shut of when the ignition is?
of note: new streo >theres a blue wire marked ant that goes to the amplifyer if not there you need to find the orange accsesory wire coming from the turn key igntion>check for power when ignition is in the on & off states could be yellow in some cars but is usaly orange if this wire has on and of state controled by the turn key igntion this would be the wire to tap into for the amplyfire and the radio main power
check your radio's instaltion guide for code errors
its posible that when hooking up the jump it was done incorectly and blew up the radio
ie postive and negative where fliped
hope this helped :)
Only two wires on the starter are "power in" wires...the large one from the battery and the small one next to it that is the trigger wire from the ignition switch. Anything else connected to the large wire connection are "power out" to various systems. I don't use diagrams much because they tell you a wire is there but don't tell you where it's routed. Best to give everything you can see a good looking at first.
if you changed the sensors on the head , then the fan temp sending unit on the fan assembly is faulty. it's sending a false reading to the computer therefore keeping the fans running replace this and the proble will be resolved
Sounds like you have a bad starter. To check this you can try taking a hammer to the starter and tap it while someone in the car turns the key. If it starts you know you have a bad starter and need to replace it. Hope this helps you out