De-Arm your vehicle, Dont know how go to a dealership and ask one of the staff to explain how. If its factory installed press unlock twice, if you have factory sterio follow instruction in manual for de-arming the system. check OBD1 for trouble codes(easy) email me if you dont know how. Last resort if you havent already, disconnect positive on battery for 1 minute, you will have to de-Arm your vehicle upon reconecting the battery.
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WHEN U SAY WNT START DO U MEAN CRANK OR JUST TURNS OVER WITHOUT RUNNING.. IF IT TURNS OVER AND DOES NOT START IM ASSUMING U CHECKED FUEL PRESSURE. IF SO CHECK UNDER DASH memory fuse. also check ignition fuse
On some of these models, the oil sensor is wired to the fuel pump as a fail safe to prevent severe engine damage if oil pressure drops. Also it may be a good idea to replace your fuel pump relay. New fuel pumps require the full supplied voltage to perform, and old relays will sometimes overheat and shut off while trying to keep up, and sometimes allow you to start back up and drive after they cool (like 15-30mins later).
I assume your car has a standard shift right now. Automatic transmissions **** up more gas than a stick shift, so I would advise you to keep yor standard stick shift. Just don't go around burning tires and try to keep your motor RPM's as low as possible.
trhe ticking noise is the relays, however the most likely cause of this fault is the drivers door wiring, very common Peuegot fault with opening and closing the door the wires within the black plastic sleave start to wear and then contact each other, do you electric windows work? central locking? had any issues with these at all? is there anything electrical that sometimes works and sometimes does not?
you need to reset alarm/immobiliser.lock car with remote, hold button down for 30 secs,then press/hold down unlock button,should reset.another way is with key in ignition/turned on, press alarm button down and hold for 30 secs.this resets immobiliser.toyota
systems vary..depending on market.
6-turn key to on (not start) then off, twice this is rewrite mode,have all remotes to reprogram it will clear any lost remotes.
7-remove key from ignition,the door locks should cycle twice.if not start over.it may take a few tries.
8-press lock/unlock together and hold for a second
9-release,and press lock on remote,the door locks will cycle
confirming program.continue to do other remotes you have,steps 8 and
9.if only one in possession,you are done. To end mode open door or insert key into ignition.
You'll need to follow the steps with no more than a 1-2 second delay between each step.. hope it works
Could be an electrical problem. Clean your battery connections. Sounds like you are not getting voltage to the ignition coil. Check fuses. Check if horn, wipers, turn signals are working. Try this test: turn on headlights and then turn ignition key to start. The headlights should dim if the starter solenoid is engaging. You did not mention if it is manual or automatic transmission but most cars have an interlock switch that prevents the car from starting if it is in gear.
I had the same problem in my 1991 caddy, and turned out to be the blend door. It is located in back of the glove compartment. There are two kinds, the automatic blend doors and the manuel ones. Since the temperature is automatic and programmed to stay where it is set, it would be an "automatic blend door". Not a hard fix...