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GoManEddie
GoManEddie 9/10/2011
2007 Saturn Sky Base 4Cyl2.4L - Preventive Maintenance
While looking for a possible blown fuse checking all of them in the fuse box under the hood. Now my car won't start!
All the fuses looked good none were blown. But now the car won't even turn over. All my gauges work and the lights & Radio work. It seems my battery is good.
Could some how the computer has put the car in a locked position so it work start?
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  • monicastoys
    monicastoys 9/29/2011
    Did you find out the problem? I did the same thing and now my car won't start!!!! :(
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    GoManEddie 9/29/2011
    Yes I fixed it Monica. Here is what you do. Look inside of the Fuse Cover you removed to check the fuses. There is a legend that show all of your fuses and the locations. Then check each fuse against the legend. I found that 3 fuses I removed to check I placed back in the wrong spot. So that was why my car did not start. Do that and see if any of your fuses are in the wrong location. You most likely made the same Goofy mistake I did.
  • Desert Racer
    Desert Racer 9/29/2011
    Computer will not do this.. WHAT WAS THE PROBLEM YOU WERE TRYING TO CORRECT WITH THE FUSES?
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    GoManEddie 9/29/2011
    My Fan that blows air for my Heater & Air condistioning stop working
  • monicastoys
    monicastoys 9/29/2011
    I was just checking all the fuses to see if I had any that were blown because we had to change out the blower motor resister because one of the terminals were blown. It worked perfectly fine with this problem until I popped the hood and checked all the fuses after that it will not start. We've checked the battery and it's good. My check engine light use to be on but it's not on anymore. I don't know if that helps any.
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    Desert Racer 9/29/2011
    i am not real familer with your particular car but there is usually some main fuses. 3 of them they are bigger than the other fuses and may be located near the battery in s a seperate box.. .. It your car has these check them to make sure one did not fail while you were checking.. there is a fuseable link that can burn and the car will not crank.. here is a link to a wiring diagram.. http://www.autozone.com/.../...rGuideContent.jsp
  • monicastoys
    monicastoys 9/29/2011
    thank you so much! Well my ac works again. Now we just have to figure out which fuse i messed up to get it started....lol....thanks again!
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