Changed fuses now car won’t start

Asked by Jul 01, 2017 at 02:21 PM about the 2005 Pontiac Vibe Base AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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you must have misplace the fuse.try to recheck again.

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Maybe you left out a fuse or installed a bad fuse by accident.

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Also check your security system, it may now be in full active state. Your owners manual will have more information on the security system.

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I had taken out the DOOR and AMI fuse and placed them back in ...the alarm would arm ..once I turned it off and tried to start it wouldn’t crank the engine ? Checked the manual and sees that the Ami fuse is somewhat part of that would that be easy to fix quickly???!!

My intentions were to replace the CIG fuse ..which I did and now that is working fine again

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