Let me just clarify the problem. I'm not sure if I explained it well enough. When I turn the key to the on position ( one more turn would be cranking the engine over ), SOMETIMES, a group of events, will not occur. These events are the air bag light, check engine light, gas of battery guages engaging, basically a dead instrument panel, no beeps or rings for seat belt warnings, fuel injector not kicking on, not being able to move my shifter out of park even with my foot on the brake. However, the radio still comes on and I can still put the power windows up and down. It's only every now and then, and it's always all or nothing. What I mean by that is it's not that sometimes it will not go out of park and the fuel inj will work. Or the air bag light comes on but the injector does not. They are ALWAYS CONNECTED together. They either all come on or they all stay off. Something connects these things together whether it's in the neutral switch or the ignition or whatever. Sometimes I turn the key and all these things DO come on, I hear the ding, ding, ding, from the dash, and I hear my fuel injector pushing fuel, and I know it with start on the first crank. But if I do not hear these things, it will not start no matter how long I crank. Also whatever this malfunction is, it sometimes occurs as i'm driving. I'll be going down the road and as i'm giving it gas, it's like instantly dead with no fuel, no instrument panel lights, and I have to hope I can pull over somewhere.
I've found recently, after trying various things as i'm stranded, that if I click the key to the first position and kinda quickly slam the key forward, the things come on, and i'm able to start right up. So I wander is it in the ignition, or a loose connection somewhere as I turn the key. But what's weird is my radio still responds to the on position and so do my windows. There is spark at the plugs. Also I do not understand the other stuff your asking. What is the B+ and is the fuse circuit the fuse box inside the car on the driver side?
Sunday, May 3rd, 2009 AT 10:59 PM