Parked the car the previous evening, no issues. Next day, no start issue. Engine would not even turn over. Called my trusty auto electric expert "sounds like your security system has malfunctioned be right over". He was right. After determining that the security was not grounded properly he located the engine management computer he was able to ground the security system with the #36 pin. Now the engine would crank over and try to start but acted as if it was running out of fuel. If he gave it more throttle it would run faster until he let off and then it would die. He then checked the fuel fuse or relay (I did not see which) and said it was okay. What would now keep the engine from running?
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 11th, 2016 AT 1:15 PM