This is great advice and all, but two things.
Firstly, to find a code reader for this year and manufacture is nigh impossible or incredibly expensive if I were to be inclined to get an error code myself.
Secondly, in order for me to take it to a neighborhood mechanic to get a code read done, the car would need to be able to be driven to the mechanic, and it currently does not start.
The car will turn as if it's trying to start except it will not start. We have ruled out the battery, starter, alternator, and fuel pump. Any insight as to how to get the car to start would be incredibly helpful.
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 AT 12:25 AM