It could be a fuse ahve you checked all your fuses?
Let me know if your online we will get her going.
no i havent tryed the fuses yet (didnt think of that at the time),i had to leave the car at my job last night,but i am going back to work in 30 min. then i will check......there are fuses 2 places i think....right? or is the fuse a big one sitting alone somewhere?
Your car is out of the us but you should have a fuse block inside and under hood.
You will want to check all of them that have to do with starter ignition or altenator. all higher amp fuses
I would un hook neg battery cable and positive for ten seconds.
they may reset your system
ok i will check as soon as i come to work,and get back to you later today,and the battery is indoor now to get more power (it is very cold here) ;) .......do i press "save and exit" to exit now?
I will change us to question and answer.
I found out what it was....all the fuses are OK.
Then i read the manual,and it say that there is something we call "startspærre" in this old car.It is about the code inside the ignition key,so i was thinking about my old cracked key,and found my spare one....used it and the car started and runs fine.
The old key has worked fine for the last 13 years,but all things have a limit,and i think it was a random "unluck" that it would happen the same day as i jumpstarted the other car.
IC That was truley the best case senerio that could happen. Great.
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