yeah, but do you actually HAVE A SPARK? and is the distributor turning? Timing Belt or chain OK? also, got a book for basic troubleshooting everyone should have a manual for their vechicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the reference section for FREE to make copies of--the PRO manual has more detailed info, and may have wiring diagrams when needed...read up and fix 'em like a PRO...good luck Dave :) yeah, but do you actually HAVE A SPARK? and is the distributor turning? Timing Belt or chain OK? also, got a book for basic troubleshooting everyone should have a manual for their vechicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the reference section for FREE to make copies of--the PRO manual has more detailed info, and may have wiring diagrams when needed...read up and fix 'em like a PRO...good luck Dave :)
If you battery has plenty of power, either faulty contacts in ignition switch or starter motor, or faulty starter motor.
If a 1997 Nissan Maxima will crank but will not start, there could be a problem with the fuel pump. Another possibility is an issue with the ignition switch.
It could be a weak battery or a bad ignition coil.
Perhaps a blown fuel pump. Take a plug wire out and use a spare plug and set it on a piece of metal and crank it and look for the spark. This will eliminate an ignition problem.
I can't say for certain but I think that year has a crank sensor which could be bad also it could be a fuel problem or even an ignition problem
Could be the starter or ignition switch...does the car crank/turn over when you turn the key? If you just turn the key and it 'clicks' it might be the ignition switch. I've had this problem before, and it ended up being the alternator. HOpe this helps!
Check the ignition coils and the crank sensor for the Yukon. Either one of these could be bad and cause the problem.
Depends on the motor, 4cyl or V6, but it could be the ignition module, or the crank sensor
COULD BE THE FUZES OR THE STARTER IS BAD .i HAD THE SAME PROBLEM FOR A 92 TRACKER AND I JUST CHANGED THE FUZES ....BUT THEM I HAD TO REPLACE THE STARTER .CHECK THE EASY THINGS FIRST ..
The ignition switch could be bad if a Hyundai Elantra has no crank and then starts. The fuses which are tied to the ignition should also be checked.
Well, there could be a short between the ign. to the solenoid, or, bad contact. The contact in the ign. could be faulty . I would check the ign. first.
can't be set. only replaced. and that isn't your problem anyway. replace the crank position sensor, or the fuel pump. then your 1.9 will start.
If on 2 cylinders, replace the coil, if on no cylinders, ignition control module, also could be crank sensor.
Discharged battery Bad wiring connection, positive or negative Immobiliser fault Faulty ignition switch.
Could be either a bad ignition switch or a bad voltage regulator (not opening circuit on shut-down)
Its the ignition switch change it and that will stop the problem
The 95 models did not use or have a crank sensor. If you are not getting any fire at the plug wires, then you probley need to replace the ignition module that is inside of the distributor.
you should try an ignition switch. I've had to replace two of them at work. the cars both would run if you could get them started but when they wouldn't start but they would crank and crank.
how to ins toll a crank sensor on a 95 Mitsubishi 6v, but first of all my car crank to the point that it wanted to start but it does not start what might be the problem.
Battery, battery cable or connections, starter problem, ignition switch not working. Be more specific please.
the truck will not crank or anything with the key it wont even starter when you ark the starter all it does is whizz
Remove a spark plug (any one will do), and lay it somewhere on the engine where you or a buddy can see it (not near that puddle of gasoline, though, thank you very much). Crank the engine. If you see a nice bright spark (believe me, you won't miss it if it's there) then you have a fuel delivery problem. If you see no spark, you have an ignition problem. Be sure to replace the spark plug after this test.
The ignition module uses the crank sensor to decide when to spark.
I would take ignition module off and have it check at one of the autoparts stores if good i would replace crank sensor .
This could be a number of problems... Fuel pump problem? Carbuerator / fuel injection problem? Timing problem?