Did you replace the crank shaft sensor? was that the problem? my Jeep is doing the same but i only have 85k on a 99'
Put gas in the tank, and start cranking. Should start in a few seconds.Put gas in the tank, and start cranking. Should start in a few seconds.
The duration of The Cherokee Flash is 3480.0 seconds.
The duration of Outlaws of Cherokee Trail is 3360.0 seconds.
batt is 1yr old or less, fuel pump seems to be working as I smelled gas after cranking for about 10 seconds straight.
The duration of Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory is 46.0 seconds.
Leaving aside complications caused by leap seconds, 86400 seconds = 1 day so 16.5 trillion seconds = 16.5*1012/86400 days = 190,972,222.22 (recurring) days.Leaving aside complications caused by leap seconds, 86400 seconds = 1 day so 16.5 trillion seconds = 16.5*1012/86400 days = 190,972,222.22 (recurring) days.Leaving aside complications caused by leap seconds, 86400 seconds = 1 day so 16.5 trillion seconds = 16.5*1012/86400 days = 190,972,222.22 (recurring) days.Leaving aside complications caused by leap seconds, 86400 seconds = 1 day so 16.5 trillion seconds = 16.5*1012/86400 days = 190,972,222.22 (recurring) days.
Keep cranking use 15 second intervals of cranking followed by 15 seconds of waiting, with the fuel filter full of fuel, it will take three (3) of these cycles to get it to start. no need to loosen the fuel lines.
Amps are just a general measurement of electric current in any application, whereas the term cranking amps are specific to automotive / starting battery applications. Cranking amps is a measure of the maximum current a car/ starting battery can produce in normal temperatures for 30 seconds before the battery voltage drops too much.
The definition of the Cold-Cranking Amperage (CCA) of an automotive battery is the amount of current a given battery can deliver for 30 seconds at zero (0) degrees F without dropping below a specified cutoff voltage (manufacturer-specific, but usually 10.5 volts).
possible cause would be the fuel bleeding back to the tank when the engine is off. there is a check valve built into the pump that contros this
There shouldn't be a prolonged cranking time to start. Should be only two (2) or three (3) seconds at most. No year given, mileage, engine, history of car so that makes too much guess work to make an accurate diagnosis of why.
Short circuit the connector with a 12V battery for few seconds!
About 2 seconds after key on, the asd relay shuts off it the computer doesn't see a crank sensor signal. So unless the engine is running or cranking the coil supply volts will turn off.
fuel pump will only run when ign on for few seconds to pressurise system and will only pump while cranking or eng running,this is normal. most likely cause is ign module or coil which are both in distributor.
It is 12 volts. The amount of current it can provide at 0 degrees F for 30 seconds is listed on the battery as Cold Cranking Amps (CCA). It varies from battery to battery.
turn key to on without cranking the engine then press the trip meter lever for a few seconds until the meter reads zero
It will run for about 2 seconds at initial key on. It will then only run while cranking or running.
I have two thoughts regarding this problem. In two seconds, I'm leaving.
Shift to 4-wheel drive on the go and let off accelerator for a few seconds and go back on the accelerator and it will shift in about 5-10 seconds ..
You only have twenty five seconds for one shot, or twenty five seconds to live. I'm not sure, could be either.
The older Cherokee models before 2005 could do 0-60 much faster than the 2005 and up models with the 4.7. Not sure the reason but pre 2005 models could do 0-60 in about 7.5-8 seconds. 2005 and on with the 4.7 V8 could do 0-60 in about 9.5 seconds. The 2005 and up with the 5.7 hemi could do it in about 6.8 seconds.
In my experience Honda motors with carbs AND fuel injection sometimes seem to take a wildly long time to start. I can't exactly say why. I drove an '88 Prelude with dual carbs and the owner's manual seemed to indicate that cranking the engine for as much as 15 or 20 seconds wasn't uncommon and even up to 30 seconds in severely cold weather. Long crank times are, more or less, a function of how the intake systems on these cars work. It's nothing to worry about. The starter is more than up to the task of consistently cranking the motor for 10 seconds.
Yes, it is possible to damage the gear but more than likely no real harm was done if you only did it for a few seconds.
cos its stupid
Possibly check the catalytic converter, make be plugged