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Why should you not turn the key to the start position when the car is running?

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Because it will stop and then car will braked . Engine will be blow up .

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Put the key in the ignition and turn it to the on position. Leave in this position for ten minutes. Turn key to off then to start. This should reset the security and the car should start right up.


Turn the key to the ON position, pump the gas pedal 4 times, start the car. If it doesnt start: Turn the key to the OFF position, turn to the ON position and wait until the warning lights go off, turn to the OFF position, turn to the ON position and wait until the warning lights go off, turn to the OFF position, turn to the ON position and pump the gas pedal 5 times, start the car. If this doesnt work, then try again. Remember! Do not crank for more than 15 seconds at one time, it will damage the starter. (Note: the key turning on and off are to prime the engine to start and should be done to get this to work.) If it doesnt start, you might want to get your car serviced.


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Per the GM dealership here in Livingston, TX., you are suppose to turn the key to the start position as if you are trying to start it and hold for five seconds. Release the key and let it rotate back to the run position and leave in this position for ten (10) seconds. Repeat this step three times, turning the key off for a count of five between each cycle. It should then start up. Note: to prevent the running lights from draining the battery, set the emergency brake. This will disable the lights.


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