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Hi Im David, first thing to check is to see if you have voltage at the starter on the large cable.
yes it would, if you have no voltage there then you wont have voltage at the alternator thus killing the battery.
please keep me posted
4 or 6 cylinder?
ok let me pull up a print.......
heres a simple print of the start circuit.
So we have no cranking at all now?
lets make sure the power is making it to the black/white wire at the solenoid.
so you are driving down the road, and the car just quit. no warning lights, like the alternator or battery light? sorry im just trying to get a picture of the event
sitting in the driver seat, turn the ignition to the on position, do you hear the fuel pump running for a few seconds?
sure if the check engine light is on. absolutely.
ok my friend, will be waiting for results of the scan
do you know the code numbers?
ok...gimme a sec
havent forgot about you...im trying to come up with a game plan for that code
interior fuse panel : check the ecu fuse
if you have power at both posts on the starter, the only thing it can be is the starter. smack it with a hammer while someone tries to start it
unless its the neutral safety switch keeping it from cranking
ok, im out of ideas, im going to opt out and let another tech give it a shot. a new set of brain cells can never hurt. good luck my friend
to get this straight you have absolutely no power to anything the lights on the dash do not light up at all either? or is everything seem normal just no crank?
hmmm. no security light flashing on the dash? this is a very odd combination of problems you have here