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Sounds like a loose cable, weak battery, or charging system problem. Start out by making sure all battery and ground and alternator and starter connections are tight. An auto mechanic would make quick repairs out of this problem.
If your car has the yellow car key symbol on the instrument cluster when you turn the key to on shown activated below it has an If your car has the yellow car/key symbol on the instrument cluster when you turn the key to ON shown activated below it has an immobilizer This light comes on for a second but quickly goes out when turning the car on and all is normal If it stays on you have an issue immobilizer This light comes on for a second but quickly goes out when turning the car on and all is normal If it stays on you have an issue
Turn the ignition key to the on position don't start the car press the gas pedal four time quickly then turn the ignition off remove key then start the car as normal the spanner light should be off if not repeat process
First, go to AutoZone, Big A or any chain autoparts store, most have free CEL code reading, that will tip you off in the right direction.
Sounds like you have a EVAP issue, and the fuel system is losing fuel pressure, so when you press the gas, you are calling for more fuel allowing it to pressurize faster. Instead on quickly turning the key on, turn it to ACC (Lights and chime) wait 5 sec, then try to start. Most cars will start the fuel pump and pressurize the system for a quick start.
On 1993 model turn the switch to on but no crank to start turn off turn on turn off turn on and let on that position, when all lights turn off the check engine light will star flashing for ej: two flash a quick pause and three flashes will be code 23 after a longer pause will star other code , code 55 is end of codes. after you have the codes can search with it,
Ok try this, open the door and then hit these buttons in the following combination. HI TEMP - DRY - HI TEMP - DRY...then close door and press cancel...then wait for the pump to shut down. you should be able to run a cycle after this...If this fails to fix the problem give me the make and model # of the dishwasher, this can normally be found just inside the door.
if it is the factory alarm you will have to do a relearn. G.M. uses a couple different ways to do the relearn and I would think it would be the same for hummer. turn off all acc and then turn the key to the on position wait 10 minutes you will see the light on the dash flash and go out . asap turn the key to off to on 3 times quickly and the third time leave it on on again do this 3 times for 30 minutes then after the final turning of the key 3 times on the 4th time start the car. so turn off all acc like radio , a/c ect then turn key to on in 10 minutes the light on dash will flash and go out quickly turn key from off to on 3 times and once again leave on on do that 3x for 30 minutes then start the car. that is the gm relearn for security they have one on some models that start after 10 minutes but that is usualy on the cheaper cars so just do the 30 minute.