I was originally having issues with my pass lock system. The car would run fine for awhile then act up. The last time it did this the pass lock security light was not on. I decided to leave the key in the ignition to keep from having to deal with what I thought was a security issue. When attempting to start the car I killed the battery which was about to expire anyway. After the car sat for about 6 hours while I got a new battery and installed it the car started right away with no security issues. After driving for about week to and from work the car worked fine. Then I was off for about 5 days and the car was not driven. I went out to start it and it would not start. I assumed the pass lock was to blame so I got a new ignition and sensor installed today and it still won't start.
I pulled the fuel relay and checked it with a ohm meter with 12 volt supply it cycles the way it should. I can't hear the fuel pump start when the key is turned on.
I am suspecting a bad fuel pump due to the way it stopped running, clogged fuel filter should have started with it running rough I assume?
I did one ten minute cycle with the pass lock system after installing the new ignition. Is it possible that the security system is not reset keeping the fuel pump from running? Does the security system cut out the pump, relay or the whole circuit?
have the same problem?
Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 AT 7:24 PM