I do believe that the alarm has something to do with it. Often times, if the alarm system is triggered, it sends a "kill" signal to the fuel pump relay, rendering it inoperable. You can try starting, but it won't catch because there is no fuel going into the engine.
You may have a sensor that is very sensitive, or defective, creating the alarm system to think that it has been compromised.
Thursday, November 6th, 2008 AT 6:47 PM