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I have a no start issue. This morning the stupid security kicked in and wouldn't let it crank. You could hear the Fuel pump but it wouldn't turn over. Let it be for about 10 minutes, cranked right up. It's done this off and on since I bought it. Wife drove it to town, stopped for gas. Dead. Had to have it towwed home. Fuel pump wouldn't even kick on. Just some random click nowhere near the fuse box. HELP! Wonderful way to spend my 50th Birthday.
 

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I found this bulletin. You can google the bulletin # and read it. It was too long to copy and paste the whole thing. Bulletin #PIC5650J

Here is part of it.

#PIC5650J: Diagnostic Tip - Security Light on Intermittently / No Crank/No Start or Start Stall / Keyless Access Vehicles May Display No Remote/Fob Detected / Poor or No RKE Range / Service TPM - (Jul 21, 2021)
Subject: Diagnostic Tip - Security Light on Intermittently / No Crank/No Start or Start Stall / Keyless Access Vehicles May Display No Remote/Fob Detected / Poor or No RKE Range / Service TPM
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Supersession Statement
This PI was superseded to update the Models and Recommendations / Instructions section. Please discard PIC5650H.

Condition/Concern
A customer may comment on any of the following complaints:
  • Intermittent no crank
  • Intermittent no start, or start and stall
  • Security / Theft light / Message
  • Poor or no RKE range
  • Keyless or passive entry/start inoperative
  • No Fob Detected message
  • Service Tire Pressure Monitor message
  • Any of the following DTC's: B3055, B3060, B3935, C0750, C0755, C0760, C0765, and/or C0775
Note: On vehicles equipped with keyless/passive start, the vehicle will start if the fob is placed in the fob pocket.
In most cases, these concerns cannot be duplicated.
The above systems use Radio Frequency (RF) to transmit information. Some aftermarket devices cause Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), which can "jam" the radio frequency being transmitted.
Listed below are a number of aftermarket devices that can cause RFI. In many cases, these types of devices will be attached to the customer's key ring and could be removed from the key ring or from inside the vehicle when the customer drops the vehicle off for service.
  • Vehicle immobilizer keys from other vehicles
  • Keyless access transmitters from other vehicles
  • Interstate/bridge toll passes
  • Gate/door passes to allow access to pools, driveways, entry doors, etc.
  • Community/parking access cards
  • Fuel station speed passes
  • Building access swipe cards/ transponder devices
Object Id: 2773315
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Additional items to be aware of:
  • Aftermarket LED dome, tail, turn, stop, strip, floor, door, Logo, head lights
    In many cases, when the LED lighting is turned on it can interfere with a RF signal. Example, RKE inoperative after the first fob button press. When the RKE fob button is pressed the dome lights may turn on, which if equipped with an aftermarket LED dome light, it can interfere with any additional fob button presses.
  • Certain cell phone chargers
  • USB power banks
  • USB flash lights
  • Fans (12 volt or 110 volt)
  • Any type of USB, 12 volt or 110 volt chargers
 
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