replace fuel pump start car after no start no spark

Asked by Jan 16, 2014 at 04:08 PM about the 2001 Toyota Celica

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

replace the pump start the car two days later car will crank nostart no getting spark or fuel
all this happen after the battery was replace because it was to weak.

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You may have put it into theft mode.

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The alarm must arm itself for at least 45 seconds before it will go off. You need to roll the drivers window down, lock the doors (arm it) and go inside for 5 minutes. Come back out, reach through the

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window and open the car door from the inside. Does the alarm go off?1Turn the ignition key to the "LOCK" position. Remove the key.2Close and lock all the doors, the trunk and the hood. Wait about 30

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seconds until the security indicator flashes.3Insert the key into the driver or passenger front door. Unlock the door. The turn signals flash twice to indicate that

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Stand out side of the car and close all doors. Insert the key into the driver side door and turn the key to clockwise and counterclockwise for three four cycles This should reset the antitheft.

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