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seems like the car battery is dead you need to charge the battery take the battery off from the trunk & recharge it & put it back or better thing to do this is to go Canadian tire & porches the battery charger with a high power & give your car a jump by it do not call the cab company to give you a jump cable because them car has a small battery & it wont work for you you would pay for nothing ok thank you good luck
I'm sorry to hit you with this...but it sounds like your "PCM" powertrain control module...is getting cranky...and may need to be replaced soon...They can be quite pricey...but the car will not operate properly without it...Sometimes...when they start to go bad...the car will act up for a while....then...it will run good for a while....then act up again...but one day...it will go out completely...and when the car runs...the idle will go up and down out of control...start to spit and sputter...and then...won't start at all....My suggestion...get it diagnosed by an honest mechanic...You don't want the computer to go out on you on the road....word to the wise....GET IT DIAGNOSED>>>>ASAP>>>I hope this was helpful.....PEACE....
To be able to help you, we need to know what the error codes your system is putting out. DON'T disconnect the battery until codes are read. You can take it to most chain store auto parts houses and they will read the codes for you - MAKE SURE YOU WRITE DOWN EACH ONE IN THE ORDER THAT THEY COME OUT! And then we can help you a little bit better,
Or you can take it to a shop that has a diagnostic computer and for about 100 bucks they can pin point your problem and give you an estimate for repairs.