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try reseting the computer by leaving the battery unhooked for about 30 min. if that doesnt work then it may be a clogged fuel filter or you could check the fuel shut off switch in the trunk behind the drivers trunk panel.
I have had the same problem. This has happened to me three times in the past nine months or so. Per the owner's manual, you turn the key to the on position and wait about ten minutes. This resets the system and when the "Theft System" light goes out, it starts right up. I did this each time and it started right up.
I just had this on my car too. Turn the key to "on" without starting the engine. Look at the display and see if the Anit-Theft light is blinking. If it is, you need to keep your key in the on position for about 15 minutes until the light stops blinking. Start the car when the light starts blinking.
Is one of your doors open? If so, that is why the "Theft" light is blinking. According to the owners manual, it blinks to remind the driver to arm the system. If you lock the doors using either the power door lock switch or via the remote, the alarm indicator should then glow steadily. If the alarm was triggered you would not be able to start the vehicle at all.
Though the symptoms can be caused by many different reasons, I had a similar problem with the same symptoms. My problem stemmed from a faulty MAF sensor. I verified this via a DTC scanner that also displays the PIDS. One of the PIDs is the MAF (LB/M) reading which was way-high out of spec. After careful inspection I noticed that one of the heating wires extending out of the MAF Sensor body actually broke loose on one side. I half-hazardly soldered it and the problem was corrected. I will replace it with a new one since I don't trust the soldering job for durability.
try this -make sure battery is good and fully charged,then TURN KEY ON (DONT CRANK) AND LEAVE ON FOR ABOUT 10-20 MINUTES. TURN KEY OFF FOR 5-10 MINUTES AND THEN TURN ON AGAIN FOR 5-10 MINUTES AND THEN TURN KEY OFF AGAIN. NOW TRY CRANKING ENGINE--- IM GOING ON MEMORY/MECHANICAL EXPERIENCE WITHOUT THE BENEFIT OF THE OWNERS MANUAL IN FRONT OF ME. IF U HAVE THE MANUAL LOOK IN THE INDEX UNDER SECURITY LIGHT OR ANTI-THEFT FOR RESET PROCEDURE. get back to me if you need more help.