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Old 06-29-2014, 03:49 PM   #11
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Yep, fuse, fusible link, wiring, or PCM.
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Alright I've checked every fuse I could find and I did find one that was broken. Next to the starter relay on the passenger side under the hood. I replaced it and tried to start again. Blew it replaced the relay it went to. Doesn't blow the fuse, but didn't do anything else. As far as I can see and trace all the wires look good so I'll give the computer a
go and swap that out too. Thanks guys I'll update later
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Check if you have any power at the inertia switch. Also check your ground - all the power you want goes nowhere if it can't go back. Some things to check.
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