Ignition switch, coils, starter, alternator, spark plugs. plug wires, battery.
- dead battery - starter motor defective - low battery - ignition key problems starter, ignition problems
Ignition switch, battery, battery cables, starter relay, starter solnoid, starter, flywheel ring gear.
Most often it is the starter and not the ignition.
starter, solonoid, ignition, battery. if it clicks when you turn the key then the battery is really dead or its the starter the battery could still be jumped if its the battery.
Yes, a starter solenoid can drain a battery. When a starter solenoid is not working properly it can actually keep rotating the starter after the car's ignition is turned off. Since it requires a battery to actuate the starter, the battery will eventually be drained of power.
Dead battery, corroded or loose battery or starter cables, defective starter or starter solenoid, loose ground connection.
The ignition switch completes the circuit of electricity from the battery to the starter that actually turn the engine over and starts it.The ignition switch completes the circuit of electricity from the battery to the starter that actually turn the engine over and starts it.
A starter solenoid can be bypassed by connecting a jumper wire between the battery and ignition posts on the starter. This will cause it to spin immediately without using the ignition switch.
u might have broke something the actual ignition lock cylinder, that would be my guess from the sounds of it.
Seized Engine? Weak or dead battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Bad starter solenoid? Bad starter? Bad neutral safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
Check all wires for loose or corroded fittings. A loose or corroded connection can work one day and not the next. My first guess would be the wire to the starter solenoid is loose.
If you battery has plenty of power, either faulty contacts in ignition switch or starter motor, or faulty starter motor.
The wires to the starter are probably connected wrong.
Starter, battery, battery connections, neutral switch,
Dead battery, faulty starter, or defective ignition switch.
there is no relay for the starter. there is a solenoid (switch) and ignition switch. the solenoid is part of the starter (small cylindrical shape above starter housing. the solenoid has the battery and ignition connections). and the ignition switch is where the car-key goes. you need at least 8v from the ignition to the solenoid for the starter to operate. use a multimeter. otherwise check your starter - battery connections. otherwise replace the starter. otherwise, take off the starter and inspect inside the starter housing. if the starter is clicking but not turning the engine the starter teeth aren't engaging with the teeth on the flywheel. get a manual to the car here: http://www.germanautoparts.com/Books/Volkswagen
No. The relay is what actuates the starter motor, whenn you turn the key to the start position.
Remove the starter and haeit checked at auto parts for amp draw Check the alternator to see if it is keeping the battery charged Check engine ignition timing may be too far advanced
Bad Starter. Bad Starter Relay. Bad Ignition Switch. Bad Ignition Module. Improper Ground.
Try the ignition switch.or the ignition module located usually near distributer
We get alot of no start questions, they are difficult to answer because there are many components in starter system, from the key to the ignition key to wiring to relays and the starter motor, oh yeah, the battery could still be the problem, a jump does not eliminate the battery as the problem
battery, solenoid/starter or relay or even ignition switch
maybe ignitoin or ignition switch
BAttery?, starter? ignition switch?