I don't mind talking to you. Sometimes when battery voltage is lost, some modules may need to be reprogrammed. I usually recommend people use a memory saver or a charger to keep modules awake when disconnecting battery for some reason.
Is the security lamp on the dash on or flashing after you try to start, key on, if so, sounds like a problem with security system? Can you check applicable trouble codes? To check codes, yourself, at the least, you need an obd2 code reader. To me, a code reader, at least, is a basic tool.
The information I looked at shows your security system is starter disable plus probably the fuel injectors. Have you tried a different key? Have you tried programming your key or getting a new cut key then programming. Does your owners manual have any key programming information? I have not looked at your owners manual? I do have some programming information, not sure if it will help?
As far as testing we can usually get the starter motor to crank the engine, but, if is a security issues, it still will not start or start and stall. Any starter testing, make sure transmission is in park or neutral and functional parking brake is set. Safety is your responsibility, you do not want the vehicle to move when testing.
Saturday, April 30th, 2016 AT 1:01 PM