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No clue, either, so to start I would check the validity of the wiring from the computer to the diagnostic connector. Find a wiring diagram and get out the old trusty ohmmeter. You know where the computer and the diagnostic connector are.
Take off the negative battery cable. Pull the PCM connector off. From the wiring diagram you know what pins on the PCM connector go to the diagnostic connector. Now, one ohmmeter lead on the diag. conn. and the other meter lead on the PCM connector-turn the meter to ohms and see if very little resistance is in that wire. Resistance to current flow means very high ohms. A short is a break in the wire, and the ohmmeter will show infinite resistance. A wire still connected by two little strands with the others broken, will show very high resistance, just not infinite.
Check all the wires going to the diagnostic connector in the same way. If all wires are good, check the computer is getting fully powered. Is check engine light on with key on? Is your diagnostic tool working okay on other cars?

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sounds like weak coil packs

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go to auto zone and they will print you a diagram

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The key under the dash may be bypassing the security system. And that trick may not be working anymore.
You would need to check the starter to see if you have power from the key switch in the start position. The neutral safety switch may have failed, or the security system may be preventing the engine from cranking.

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replace 02 sensors, Idle Air control valve, speed sensor, or MAF . goodluck

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Should be mounted in the middle of the intake near the throttle body.

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It's your air pump running, not your fuel pump. Probably have a small air leak in hoses to shocks.

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Sounds like a bad battery connection or it is about time to replace the starter...good luck...

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You have actually four fuse compartments, 2 under your rear seat, one under hood, and one located on the left side of dash, next to the vent by door ..Often overlooked..Good luck...

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I don't know your car is G or V,. If it is above the key of G, then there is a gap with a small flathead screwdriver to break apart and can operate under, and the V models, then it simple. Directly with a key on the fringe of the mechanical key can break apart, but the shape of the battery with the same type of proposal.

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You mean your security light is active and your car will not start?

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spark plugs,fuel filter,battery can have V but no power.

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My 1996 olds Aurora did the things yours is doing I replaced the fuel pump sensor myself for 7.00 or 8,00 dollars that solved the problem. That may help.It seemed to be acting like it was out of gas I hope this helps

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Try a new fuel filter first. From there have someone check the fuel pressure regulator and then the pump. If you are in need of a new pump, take my word for it and spend the money to get one from a Dealer, and not from your favorite parts store. Most parts store parts are made in China and they are JUNK. At least get a OE pump. If the pump has never been replaced, its probably time for a new one.

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Check fuses, could also be a problem with your multi-function switch, turn lever, high beams, sometimes lights. Could be various things.

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I would say that you have two problems, 1st is most likely a loose belt for your power steering, and 2nd your light problem could be an alternator, not putting out enough charge, should be putting out around 13.6 volts at all times, I'd give these a try Dave.

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the 4,0l and the 4.6 northstar have the same problem with head gaskets,the head bolts strip or stretch in the aluminum block causing little compress of the head gaskets,the combustion pressure pushes past and enters the coolant.this air in the coolant builds up and pushes the antifreeze out causing an overheat situation.recommend head studs not head bolts..again gm missed the boat or did it on purpose to generate work for the dealerships...

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What you try to do ,buy or switch.

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