It is also common to be the Cam Pickup Coil inside the distributor under the rotor.
A common cause is a burned out fusable link. this a wire that acts like a fuse. If you have no power to the coil with key on the fusable link is open. you tell which one it is by pulling on the ends of the fusable link the one that streaches is the one that is open. they are color coded to tha amperage rating make sure you replace with the correct size and not with a normal wire as this coulsd cause the wires to melt and then you have a whole mess of other problems.
The most common failure associated with those symptoms is the Crankshaft Position Sensor.
Check the coil,crankshaft sensor & ignition system. You said you're not getting spark so address that issue first. Depending on engine size they are known for cracked coils & crankshaft sensors.
WHEN TURNING THE KEY AND GETTING NOTHING. LATER FINDINGS WAS THAT THE STARTER WAS NO GOOD AND NEEDED TO BE REPLACED.
crankshaft sensoryes because if the ecm isn't getting a signal from the sensor it doesn't know at what orientation the crankshaft is and won't let the ignition system start the engine. that's how i understand it to work
Found the problem. OBDII gave me a fault code. P1694. It was the Crankshaft Position Sensor. The sensor was shorting out which caused the gauges to not function.
I had the timing belt on a 2001 Subaru Legacy replaced. After getting the car back, it was misfiring, and eventually the engine shut down. Dealer diagnosed faulty crankshaft sensor. Anybody else have this experience?
Somepeople thinks so but they will never be replaced.
The "blend" doors have broken in the dash. You will need to have the entire dash removed and the blend door replaced. You should also have the recuirculation door replaced because it is prone to breaking too.
If you have replaced the bulbs and your getting that warning still, I'd say pull your battery terminals for 2 minutes then put them back on so the PCM/Computer can reset. That should fix the issue.
try a new ignition coil
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There's also the crankshaft position sensor mounted on the drivers side / top of the transmission housing. Some auto parts stores carry them, some don't. The voltage connector is on top of the intake manifold, near the firewall. Also check the voltage to the ignition coil.
they are getting muder and stabed they are mostly dead
if you are not getting spark in your coils iti could be the crankshaft sensor im not a mechanic lol but i have the same problem with mine im trying to find out how to install the sensor i replaced the coils and the ignition module and still no spark
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A loose connection at the motor and/or bad ground at the blower motor. If it is getting current then the motor may have a bad spot/ high amp draw and need to be replaced.
Check to see if you are getting spark (coil) and fuel
Bad fuse? Bad switch? Bad selector switch? Chck to see if motor is getting power and ground. If so probably a bad blower motor
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You have a leak that needs repaired.
Depending on what's getting replaced: Pads, rotors, calipers, etc.
I have a '96 jeep grand Cherokee and mine was recalled for a faulty O2 sensor and catalytic convertor. That might be the problem, because after getting those fixed, i get 15 mpg instead of 13.