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Old 09-18-2012, 02:29 PM   #1
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Won't turn over after stalling, odometer dashes

Hey guys, tried to find this already and found similar probs but not exact. I was backing out, got cut off by another car and stalled out in reverse. Tried to restart and not even a click. 2005 ZX3 manual, basic model, no power options or anti-theft, batt is good, all lights and everything work, just won't start, click or turnover. Odometer has dashes, and OBD and check fuel cap lights come on in "run" position.
I checked the gas cap of course and no apparent issues. Nothing sticking in the clutch or brake sensors at the pedals....any ideas? Disconnecting the batt(20 mins) for reset has not worked either. Thanks


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Old 09-18-2012, 04:43 PM   #2
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Well, guess I just needed to keep looking. Shameful lol....there was the 20 amp fuse in last slot...ECM one I believe...thought it was good after the first check of all the fuses in and out but was blown (hey its dark and rainy)...after that...looked again at the forums and found I had to reset the fuel switch, and easily done by it being right there in the front passenger kick panel...always wondered what that was.

Put the batt cable back on and started right up!

So lesson here....DOUBLE check your fuses FIRST. lol
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