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I think there may be one or two things happening here (but this is more of a gut check than anything): The serpentine belt is worn out, causing the battery not to charge the battery correctly. Usually if the belt is getting worn out, it will cause a chirping sound when it slips, but if the belt is worn and glazed, it could be slipping without you even ...


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The transmission and its control systems will not be damaged by this practice. Safety could be compromised if the shifter is left in this position. The park lock will not be engaged so the vehicle could roll away. This is a system internal to the transmission that is a back-up to the parking brake. It is important to move the shifter back to the P position ...


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Double check everything. If you can power the S terminal on the starter and get the car to start than it's on the other side of the circuit. Pull the relay again and make sure when someone presses the clutch the relay coil is grounded. Check your fuses, the relay should have power on two pins, one that powers the relay coil while cranking and one that ...



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