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Eng. will not start.

Drove car in driveway it was running fine, went to start it and it would not start, fuel guage is not working, trany power and winter indicator lights will not work, power line EB-11 is not hot, EB-10 is also dead. I replaced the ECM unit a with working one, but no positive results. Fuel pump will run with positive jumper wire.

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  • pas32951 Aug 01, 2008

    I have check all fuse links and fuses, all are ok. This problem seems to be related to the fuel guage and trany lights not working (Elec)

  • pas32951 Aug 01, 2008

    OK folks, I have run scanner & replaced ecm, eng has fuel but only if jumper is used, something is keeping eng from firing (Elec) this problem started at the same time fuel guage and trany light quit working. Eng has not started sense.

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Did you scan the ECM to check what error codes pop out?
When is like that usuall it helps to locate the problem, you can do it at a garage or buy a scanner for about $199

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Did you scan the ECM to check what error codes pop out?
When is like that usuall it helps to locate the problem, you can do it at a garage or buy a scanner for about $200

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    Ginko Aug 01, 2008

    Scan the new ecm and post codes.

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Running fine and that its dont start bunch full of thing not working looks like burn fuses double check them if you already did pierre

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  • pierre laplante Aug 01, 2008

    and i forget you have and alarm system on it

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