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post #11 of 15 Old 11-27-2018, 09:24 PM
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Did you check for the spark?
The spark plugs are hard to get at because the intake manifold is on top of the engine.
Look for the ignition coil to test for spark. I have not idea where it is.
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post #12 of 15 Old 11-28-2018, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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@amc49 i have 2 batteries the one originally mounted is 6 months ond and the 2nd one i bought as soon this issue happened .. i have always one fully charged with a charger/maintainer plugged to it at home in case i troubleshoot for causes.Voltage is no less than 12.6 V on both. So batteries&power are out of the equation 🙂
Spark is present..
However, the steering wheel never locks with or without a key... it used to lock before when key is out of ignition...
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OK, so likely not battery with two there. Just for you though, NEVER think that just because the battery is new and charges up that it is good, it SHOULD be, but I cannot tell you how many times I saw a week old or less brand new battery seem to charge up fine and hold the charge as well, but spit its' guts out instantly at putting a starter load on it, and why an actual loadtest itself becomes the only true test you have of a good battery. I've seen a 12.8 battery drop to 2 volts instantly as soon as activation heat makes a cell-to-cell connection open up. As soon as it cools off the 12.8 is back and it will check with a meter at that forever. It just won't work under a heavy load. Batteries can fail in so many different ways you can't keep up with them all.

It sounds like to me that car is riddled with possible electrical issues.

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I got a hold of a good electrical technician that I'll tow it to him tomorrow and he suspects the ecm harnesses are faulty and it could be very likely a pin out.... well this will be her last chance for resurrection otherwise I will turn her into an art car project for the coming burning man 🙂
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Luck............
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