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I have a 2004 montana that would not crank

I replaced Starter, theft module in ignition, and at one time the PCM fuse in the inside fuse box would continuosly blow. I went thru the key on engine off reprogramming 3 times and now it will crank but the fuel pump will not turn on. any suggestions. I have replaced the relay with 3 different one. I check continuity from PCM to Relay and it is there.

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  • krehm Jan 02, 2009

    1999 Montana with the same problem.
    I've replaced both crankshaft position sensors.
    I have continuity between pcm and fuel pump relay.
    Fuel pump turns on with jumper wire at the relay.
    Have you fixed your vehicle? What was the problem?


  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    also replaced the crank case sensor and still the fuel pump does not come on when i turn the ignition on

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Ignition Key (Transponder) The ignition key for the (VTD) theft deterrent system is a typical ignition key with a transponder pellet located in the plastic end of the key. The ignition key transponder value is used to determine if a valid ignition key is being used to start the vehicle, there are approximately three trillion different transponder values available. This vehicle has two types of ignition keys.
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Master key (black plastic end) which can start the vehicle and lock/unlock all door locks, all storage compartments and the rear compartment lid lock.


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Valet key (gray plastic end) which can start the vehicle and unlock/lock all doors, but can not unlock/lock the storage compartments, or rear compartment lid lock.

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Battery voltage from the underhood fuse block PCM/BATT fuse, circuit 240 (ORN).


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