You need to rephrase this question. If everyhting works - electrical is fine, mechanical is fine, etc. starter works...what doesn't? The ignition does NOT turn the car over, ever. Different system. If you're sure the keyswitch is ok, the problem will be the keyswitch, the neutral lockout switch or a bad electrial connection.
Sounds like the starter solenoid. If you turn the key and just hear a "click" then it's probably the starter. You can have your starter checked at a auto store such as Autozone. Just unbolt the starter from the bottom rear of the engine.(3 bolts usually) And then take it in to get checked.. New starters vary in price (average $80).
Bad neutral or clutch safety switch? Bad starter? bad starter solenoid?
If you know the battery is good, then you have a bad ignition switch or starter, or a loose wire.
Starter relay, neutral/park safety switch, ingition switch in the column, ignition fuse.
That is not anywhere near enough information to make a determination about the status of the starter. Could be the starter, but could be the starter solenoid, wiring problems or even the ignition switch.
Loose or corroded battery cables? Bad starter solenoid? Dead spot on starter? Bad neutral safety switch?
I can not find the starter relay fuse on my caprice. I turn the key all the lights come on but that's it I checked the starter it works. no passkey light.
Check pilot or starter. You have gas, but no ignition.
The solenoid activates the contact when the ignition key is on which inturn turn the engine then starts the engine.
its the ignition coil ..eeds replacing becuz i had the same thing happen to me
If the kick starter works, but only works sporadically, but the electric starter won't work at all, this usually means that the starter assembly is bad. The kick start is able to generate enough power manually to create ignition, but the electric is not.
Typically, just about everything except the starter. But then the starter solenoid works off the keyswitch, so the starter won't engage if the fusable like is bad.
Start with the basics. Is the battery fully charged? Are the battery post clean and tight. If you answer yes to both of these and the engine will not turn over and you hear nothing, suspect the starter, starter solenoid, or ignition switch is defective.
Bad starter or fualty battery connections. Check all grounds and/or bring the starter to autozone to have it checked
The new ones do not have one. You get a fob that you carry in your pocket, and it sends a signal to the car, so everything works by pushbutton.
The most probable cause is the starter, the starter cable may need to be cleaned.If that doen't work then replace the starter.
check fuses make sure there are no shorts in the wiring. make sure that the starter is on properly and that the nut is tight that holds the positive wire.
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dont wanna sound condescending but believe it or not its exactly the same as the ignition system from any other auto maker. comprised of a battery, coils, plugs and a starter motor. any ignition issues shoudl be easily resolved by any competant local mechanic. dont wanna sound condescending but believe it or not its exactly the same as the ignition system from any other auto maker. comprised of a battery, coils, plugs and a starter motor. any ignition issues shoudl be easily resolved by any competant local mechanic.
No. But if you turn the key and the ignition works but it doesn't turn over then your starter solenoid is bad. Now if that's the case you can take a piece of metal and arc the power between the two terminals of the solenoid (this completes the circuit to the starter) as long as the ignition is working properly. Now where the solenoid is I can't help you much but it's probably along the side of the engine bay.
"Dead" Starter CircuitsI'm not familiar with your vehicle, but...I suspect that the problem is an "open circuit" conditionin the circuit between your ignition switch and the starter solenoid, or possibly the starter solenoid itself.Something that is supposed to be in contact is disconnected, or possibly the contacts inside the ignition switch have failed and won't make contact.
big relay with numbers 377 controls wipers and works as main supply for others like windows sunroof ignition and starter.....
I had this happen twice on my Honda Odyssey, once it was the ignition switch (under the dash behind the key slot), and the second time it was the starter. I would get the starter checked before you start replacing parts. Most auto zones and advance auto parts stores have a testing bench for starters.
You may need to have your starter checked. If the radio comes on, then its not the battery. Does the truck make a clicking sound when you try to turn over the engine. If it makes a click -click noise when you try to start, then its not your starter.