thank but I toke it TireKingdom today to get checked and the starter was good. They told me the alternator was overcharging causing to go in fail-safe mode and not start. They told me it was overcharging because whoever had the car before had a sound system with a big amp so they put the big red wire they need for the sound system on the battery and the guy told me they don't do sound system they but who ever put the wire on must have wired it wrong so it causing the car to overcharge and not start right away after i turn the car off.
I told my teacher about it today at school because i go to automotive school he did not think it was the wire if its not hooked up to anything. I'm gonna check it in class tomorrow if we cant fix. TireKingdom told me about a place called Trail Auto Electric who could fix it for me if I can't fix it at school tomorrow and I'm gonna check the Technical Service Bulletins for my car at school tomorrow if I can find anything.
Having re-read your last 2 posts , I've got to agree with your teacher .From what I can make out , they have taken a power supply direct from battery for the amp . That would not cause the alternator to over charge . If the car was over charging it would " cook " battery and ruin it . Simple test with a meter will check alternator output . Get your battery load tested also .
ya i Agree with you but i think it was my starter was bad because i would turn to my key to on but would not turn to start or crank at all but if i wait and try again it would start. If you think you know what it is let me know.
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