Check the fuse.
check the door switch
I had this problem on my disco 1. Turned out to be the alternator, which was replaced and the problem was fixed.
The second fan is usually for the when the air conditioning is turned on and only comes on when the a/c is on.
He turned on the ignition and then started the engine.
No they can be turned off the vehicle.
I turned on the ignition in my car. "Houston, we have ignition!"
With the ignition key turned off press and hold the odometer reset button. Now while holding that button in turn the ignition on without starting the engine. After 5 seconds the light will go out.
turn key inside the ignition and see whether the warning lights, ie check engine light and others dim as the key is being turned. If they don't dim then it is the ignition lock cylinder which is fairly easy to replace.
Is it the correct key? then the lock cylinder it damaged. Also have you tried turning the steering wheel to releive the preesure cause the wheels are turned ?
That the outlet only has power when the ignition is turned on.That the outlet only has power when the ignition is turned on.
It is normal if other lights come on at the same time. All of the reminder/warning lights should come on when ignition is in idle (key's in ignition, but the car is not running)
The radio time would stay on if you had the keys in the ignition but the ignition was only turned halfway.
It sounds like your ignition timing timing is too far advanced. It will need resetting.
Have you checked If copper plate main fusible link in underhood ok ? Defective ignition switch is another posibility.
The ignition system is powered up and ready to run the vehicle.
I had a similar problem on a Ford truck and it turned out to be the ignition switch. The truck would start just fine but when I released the ignition key the truck would die. I replaced the switch and problem was gone.
I don't know I think its the ignition or some part there of
You have a flat battery.
According to my 2004 Jetta owner's manual, that's the fuel filler cap indicator: " A warning light in the instrument cluster will come on if the fuel filler cap is not properly closed. If the warning light comes on, you should turn off the engine and close the fuel filler cap properly. Once the cap is properly closed all the way, the warning light will go out when the ignition is turned on again and the check cycle is complete. The completion of the check cycle depends on how you drive. If the awarning light has been on for at least 5 minutes, it will go out only when the ignition is turned off and on again."
The steering and ignition will become locked on a 97 Chevy Cavalier if the key is not inserted into the ignition and turned. This helps to prevent theft.
To disable the seat belt warning system; you must follow the procedure listed under safety restraints. It is on page 88-91 in my manual and involves a whole list of things you have to do while the ignition system is turned to the on position but without the car running.
There are two things that can be checked to find out. The first is the relay that runs the blower motor may need replaced and the second is the motor itself needs replaced.
First make sure all your tires are at the correct pressure. Directly below the ignition switch, under the dash, there are three controls. One is the volume control for the alarm, just to the left are two additional buttons. The button towards the firewall you need to press and hold at the same time your ignition is turned on. After about five seconds the low tire warning will turn off.
Defective clock or it is wired incorrectly. Should be wired to have power when ignition is turned off. it sounds to me that the constant live has been lost to the clock, there are three wires to a vehicle clock, an earth, an ignition live and a constant live