Question about 1998 Chevrolet Lumina
Car worked fine, then got in to leave and it wouldn't start, not even turn over. The security light is on and flashing. We took the battery off for 20 min and put the key in and ignition on for 15 min. Nothing! We checked all fuses and replaced some and nothing still. We checked the chip in the key and it's still good.
What's wrong with my car??
Put the key in ignition and leave in the on position for 20 minutes and it should start after that. I had the same problem with a 99 chev silverado an it worked for that. Hope it get you going. Thanks.Bear001
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
A perfect solution is to leave the key in the ignition for 20 minutes it works like a charm. Thanks for your advice. It saved me thousands
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