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Old 01 Nov 2009, 10:15 pm
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Default No power at start up

2001 PT has no power at start up. I live in hot climate, so it's probably not related to weather. Does it have a thermostat or some sort of coolant temperature sensor? If so, where? I already changed the plugs and cables and cleaned the injectors. Thanx for your help!

I placed the same question on the general forum; sorry for confusion!
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Old 02 Nov 2009, 09:02 am
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Default Re: No power at start up

The thermostat or coolant temperature sensor will have nothing at all to do with having no power at start up. First things first, have you checked the battery? That's the first thing to suspect when there's no power. Find a good donor car and a pair of jumper cables ans see if that gets things going.
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