This seems a common fault and can be fixed by unplugging and re-plugging in or replacing the small black cable that runs from the outside ring of the ignition switch to a small fuse box behind the shroud in front of the drivers knee. You are best to remove the steering column cover and the shroud from in front of the drivers knee then trace the wire back. The problem seems to be with the connecter at the opposite end of the cable to the ignition switch. There are more forum answers on the net that elaborate further. This is easy to fix once you identify and trace the wire!
"Another View". You dont say if when you turn key to 1st position and dashboard illuminates Does the amber picture of key go off after a second or so? If not the car will not start because the code system is not recogniseing the key. You can try turning the key back & forth slowly a few times to see if it goes out. If not you will need it reprograming.
because romeo refuses to fight Tybalt.............Romeo refuses to fight because he has just married Juliet which makes him related to Tybalt (it is a secret marriage)
romeo refuses to hate Tybalt anymore because he is a Capulet which since romeo is married to Juliet, that makes them family. and you don't hate family.
juliet refuses to mary paris because she is inlove with romeo and romeo is her husband
He refuses it. Tybalt is his relative now and they shouldn't fight.
She has a twinge of anger at him, but her love for Romeo quickly reasserts itself, and she refuses to let the Nurse speak against him. No, she does not hate Romeo for killing Tybalt.
There is no point at which Juliet refuses to meet Romeo. Perhaps this is a Romeo and Juliet by someone other than Shakespeare you are asking about.
Mercutio is a relative of the Prince, neither Montague or Capulet, who is a friend of Romeo and his Montague pals. Mercutio engages in a duel with Tybalt when Romeo refuses to do so, and is killed by Tybalt when Romeo tries to break up the fight.
Mercutio believes Romeo has become feminine after falling in love, but he quickly moves to fight Tybalt when Romeo refuses.
he thinks that Romeo's love for rosaline has made him effiminate
Mercutio steps in and fights Tybalt instead.
Tybalt wants to duel Romeo but Romeo refuses. He says that he wants to keep peace between them. Mercutio is disgusted by Romeo's peaceful entreaties and fights Tybalt himself.
In Act 2 Scene 5 she is annoyed with the nurse who returns from her interview with Romeo but refuses to tell Juliet what Romeo had to say.
Mercutio offers to fight Tybalt, which results in Mercutio's death
Romeo never really appears to be warlike in Romeo and Juliet but he is especailly peaceful when Tybalt challenges him to a duel and he refuses. He also appears to have a dislike for war when he sees the blood and says to Benvolio "Ay me what fray was here?" and then he goes into his "Brawling love" Speech
Romeo kills Tybaly after Tybalt killed Mercutio. Benevolio, Mercutio and Romeo meet Tybalt and Tybalt tries to provoke the Montagues. Romeo refuses to fight, but Mercutio fights instead. Tybalt kills Mercutio, so Romeo then kills Tybalt.
Tybalt is a Capulet, Romeo a Montague and these families are enemies. But the challenge is a direct result of Romeo gatecrashing a party at the Capulet house where he meets Juliet for the first time. Romeo refuses the challenge as he has already been secretly married to Juliet earlier that day.
You change it, and that is all
Tybalt challenges Romeo to a fight. Romeo at first refuses because, although Tybalt does not know it, he is Romeo's cousin by marriage. However, after Tybalt kills Romeo's friend Mercutio in a fight, Romeo loses it completely and starts a fight with Tybalt in which Tybalt is killed.
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He hangs around with Benvolio, tries to provoke Tybalt into a fight, then actually does get into a fight with Tybalt when Romeo refuses to fight. And in that fight Mercutio dies, and that's the end of him.
Mercutio and Benvolio trade insults with Tybalt. Romeo arrives, but refuses to quarrel with Tybalt (who is now his cousin by his secret marriage to Juliet). Mercutio is willing to fight, but is killed by Tybalt as Romeo tries to intervene. Romeo, enraged, pursues and kills Tybalt. Prince Escalus banishes Romeo.
she gets asked to marry Paris to settle the grief of loosing tybalt but refuses as unbeknbown to them she if married to Romeo.
She gets very angry with Romeo and when the Prince refuses to have him put to death, plans to murder him herself.
Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel. But Romeo refuses. Mercutio is horrified at what he thinks is Romeo's cowardice, and challenges Tybalt to a duel on Romeo's behalf. Romeo tries to break up the fight, and Mercutio is killed. Tybalt meanwhile has run away. Tybalt comes back (we are not told why) and Romeo attacks him. Romeo kills Tybalt. Romeo is now technically guilty of murder, and must leave Verona immediately. 'Oh I am Fortune's fool.' he shouts.