Can't help with the wall ventilation, but I'll try with the no-start.
Turn the ignition switch to "run", to "off", to "run", to "off", to "run" within five seconds, and leave it there. If the starter engages, even for a second, turn the ignition switch off, wait a few seconds, then start over. You will either see diagnostic fault codes displayed in the odometer readout or the Check Engine light will flash a series of two-digit codes. Have your pen and paper ready.
If the Check Engine light starts flashing, count the flashes, then there will be a short pause, then the second digit will be flashed. After a longer pause, the next code will be flashed the same way. Some vehicles start with code 12. You can disregard that one. It just means the ignition switch was turned off. The last code will be 55. That means it's the end of the message.
Holler back with those codes. They will lead us to the circuit or system with the problem, not necessarily the bad part.
Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 AT 10:53 PM