My Chevy Lumina 2001 wont even start.. It went dead suddenly on the highway after shuddering for a couple times..I changed the battery, the Dynamo and the ECM yet it wont start.. A friend told me to changed the entire security system and then it may start.. Can you help? can email on ans4211@yahoo.com Thanks

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Asked by Sep 02, 2014 at 04:29 AM about the 2001 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Chevy Lumina 2001 wont even start.. It went dead suddenly on the highway after
shuddering for a couple times..I changed the battery, the Dynamo and the ECM yet it
wont start.. A friend told me to changed the entire security system and then it may start..
Can you help? can email on ans4211@yahoo.com Thanks

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First, does it crank over and not start, or not even turn over? and as for the security do you have a little red LED light flashing?

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Hello Fordnut,he may want to check the timing,if he was driving and it died.

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Good Morning pal...I was thinking the same thing but don't know what Dynamo is..?

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Looked it up and it has a chain but the tensioners are known to fail in those cars

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@FordNut.. There is no start or any lights flasing..its just dead..Changed the battery, starter etc.a friend said it may be the ECM or its the entire security assembly.

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@T_S_T you mean to say the timing belt ?

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