Does it turn over? Does the starter crank? Why did you replace the battery? It takes 3 things for an engine to run, fuel, air and spark. If you replaced the battery let's assume you have spark, but do you have fuel? What I mean is are you getting fuel to the engine? Your question needs a little background info about why you replaced the battery first and what is going on now. Your description here is too vague to make a good diagnosis.
have a 89 Chevy astro van starts good till warms up the start to chock and then stalls
Electrical... try plug wires
No. But if the problem still exists you could start or try to start the engine and see if the code comes back.
i replaced the steering column and the fuel filter. the radio was stolen
do the bolts on a 1990 pickup truck go in vertical or horizontal
Have you checked the ignition control module? Have you checked the ignition control module?
There are literally hundreds of reasons why vehicles will not start. You have not given us ANY facts to go on.
check your fuelpump
probably got a short somewhere.
When was the last time the ign. wires were changed?
ignition module failure or ecm failure.
I have a 1983 Mercedes 280 SE (Gray Market) For some time now it is hard to start. It runs great when it starts but it is so difficult to start that I have stopped trying. The battery is new It turns but would not start. I need help.
I had same problem -- fuel pump went out.
There no better brand of battery for older model vehicles lite the duralast. This battery by autozone is the top battery to start a old high power car on the first try.
try testing the battery
There are a number of reasons any car will not start with a good battery. There may be a wiring issue for example.
Yes, you can jump start a 2002 Chevy Malibu. Remember to connect the right connections in order to preserve your battery.
Jiggle the shifer knob, sounds like the neutral safety switch is not engaged or has gone band, or you have a blown fuse, or you may have a bad starter solenoid/starter. Usually it is one of the three.
If a Chevy truck tries to start but then doesn't, it might be that the battery is low. Check the alternator also to make sure that battery is charging properly. Some larger motors require a larger cranking amp from the battery to start.
Try getting a jump start. Could be a bad battery. If your battery is good, then you will need to get a new starter. It may be the Starter or the battery make be dead,
Could be a bad battery or starter.
it indicates that the alternator is not functioning sufficiently to keep the battery charged.
Your battery is dead.
possiblly the starter or fuel pump is out.