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2006-04-22 14:55:13
2006-04-22 14:55:13

Sure it still has gas?

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Because your body, while sleeping, is like that of a idling your car all night. You have to put more gas in it if you want to go anywhere because you burned up all your fuel at night.

More info will be needed to properly answer your question. There could be a multitude of reasons. Does your vehicle start at all? Does it stall while driving or idling?

Even if you have the car idling to keep the heater working you are inefficient as the majority of the heat is being removed from the coolant by the radiator not the heater

Because you left the lights on all night. This drains the battery. Connect a battery charger and wait about 3 hours. Then the car might start. If it does not start buy a new battery or a new car whichever you prefer.battery juice is gone.

easy...all you have to do is to remove either one of the battery terminals,while the car is idling...if it dies,then it is not charging

The most damage is what is done to your wallet!I personally wouldn't expect anything adverse to come of the oversight - hours of idling is not that different from hours of highway driving.

Idle Air Control Valve....if this breaks you car wont idle properly....the rpm will go up then down all the time when idling

Used car sale sites are all over the internet. It doesn't matter where you start. You can start with a dealer or start with the model of car you are looking for.

Like any other car The starter turns the crankshaft and that gets all the other stuff working to have the car start.

no if the car doesnt start check the battery and the alternator and the starter.

No. Unless there is some other problem, leaving a car running overnight will not harm it at all.

You need to charge your battery/boost your car. Turn off the car lights and then do one of the following: 1) Call a service truck to give you a boost. 2) Find a friend with some booster cables and give it a boost. 3) Hook the battery up to a charger and let it charge for a while, and then start it up. Directions for #2 should be in the car's instruction manual.

my car does not start it stalled once i started then stalled and started again drove home then it diddnt start at all.. fuel pump not priming either

You don't have to be able to start a car to put it into neutral. Put the key in, turn it to on, then the shifter will be unlocked and you can move it to neutral.

Fuel filter was replaced less than a year ago. Battery is original, factory. Car ('02 Saturn SL1) has about 125,000 miles on it. Problem is intermittent and usually occurs after car has been running and is turned off and back on. One final note: The car will turn over, run, all electrical works, no dimming of headlights. Car can be driven but will stall when idling later. Quick fix seems to be simply turning the car off then back on immediately.

Blowing cool air while idling & the water pump is not moving very fast is a key indicator of low engine coolant levels. Add some anti-freeze/water and likely you'll have warm air all the time.

Well, the sleeping car can help you rest on the way instead of staying up all night.

close all of the door then lock and unlock them>alarm should stop nd car should start

Whenever your car doesn't start or you left a light on all night in your vehicle, it usually means you need to replace your battery. You can go to AutoZone or a place like that to have them test to see if you need to replace your battery.

If you don't properly park a car on a hill it can, but it's not all of a sudden just gonna start up and smash into the car in front of it.

Almost all cars the answer is no.

Because the car needs all the power it can get to start so you heater and maybe radio cut out for a few seconds.

the most common thing here with American cars is a tps (throttle positioning sensor) pretty cheap and easy to get to. usually located under the breather/air cleaner. or a vacuum line is disconnected. usually with a vacuum line the car wouldn't start at all without having to pump the gas pedal and continue to do so to keep it running


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