A loose battery cable can cause no spark at the plugs, it can also cause your car not to start.
Some newer cars need a min. 10 volts to run. Dirty cables can cause the same problem too.answerdefinetly yes a loose cable stops proper voltage getting to where it needs to be tighten cable and see if that fixes problem loose cable will also prevent proper recharging of battery
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug covers and cable, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, replace the covers and cable, and reconnect the battery.
if the battery isn't dead, or the terminals loose or dirty, number one cause - ignition problem (spark plugs not getting electricity)
just from what ive heard it could be the battery cable loose or spark plugs may be bad.
No, that will have no effect on the battery.
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cable and covers, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new plugs, put back the covers and cables, and reconnect the battery.
Spark plugs don't smoke. A bad alternator would cause a dead battery.
Intermittent hesitation in a car could be caused by many things. The fuel filter, the EFI, and spark plugs might be the cause. A loose wire can also cause this. Newer cars have many plugs and connectors that could have come loose.
Disconnect the car battery cable, remove the spark plug cables, remove the spark plug boots, and remove the old spark plugs. Next, put in the new spark plugs, replace the boots and cables and reconnect the battery cables.
there are many things that can cause this problem. bad spark plugs / wires bad alternator ignition problems loose or corroded battery conection incorrect timing
To start a car you need to turn the engine over (usually with a starter motor), fuel and spark plugs with the correct gap.It means either the battery is bad, battery cable connections are corroded or loose, alternator is defective and did not keep the battery charged, or the starter is defective. I am assuming you mean the engine will not turn over. If it will turn over but will not start that can be many, many, things.
Sparks plugs are replaced by disconnecting the battery, removing the spark plug cable and boot, and by removing the old spark plug. Next put in the new spark plug, attach the boot and cable and reconnect the battery.
To change the spark plugs on a Vauxhall Zafira open the hood of the vehicle. The spark plugs will be located on the engine. It is best to used a spark plug removed to unscrew the plugs. They will be connected to a cable. Remove the cable. Replace the plugs with new ones and reattach the cable.
Go to the parts store and get usually a 9 volt adapter that plugs into the cigarette lighter and keeps voltage to the radio while battery is replaced.
Incorrect gas in the tank, faulted spark plugs, low battery.
i changed the spark plugs on my Nissan altima 2003 3.5 engine. i removed the intake manifold but didn't remove the battery cable and now the car accelerates and decelerates on its own. What can I do to fix this?
the engine is constantly vibrating and it dislodges the spark plugs
A Firewire cable
could be you starter solenoid. The part of the starter that the cable from the battery plugs in. Experienced something like that on an old car that I had as a teen. Jay is the name
fusible links are right off of the positive battery cable where it attaches to the battery. There are 2, and they can be identified with the green plugs that connect them to the wire harness ... 1 is a single wire and one a double.
The cable is manual drive on a 1991.It plugs directly in the back of the speedometer.
Changing spark plugs is an easy task. Disconnect the battery, disconnect the cables, remove the old spark plugs, put in the new spark plugs, reconnect the cables, and reconnect the battery.
Replacing spark plugs is pretty simple. Disconnect the battery and the spark plug cables, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, reconnect the cables and the battery.
# Fuel tank empty # Battery discharged # Battery terminal connections loose or corroded # Leaking fuel injector(s),fault fuel pump,pressure regulator etc # Broken or stripped timing chain # Ignition components damp or damaged # Worn,faulty or incorrectly gapped spark plugs # Broken,loose or disconnected wires at the ignition coil or faulty coil # Defective MAF sensor
Disconnect the battery, remove the boots and wires, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, reattach the boots and wires, and connect the battery.