If the tracker is a "standard shift" not automatic transmission. You could pop start the engine by putting the car in 1st gear, with the clutch pedal down and the ignition on. Roll the car and once car is rolling release clutch pedal. Vehicle should start, hope this is what you ment by "manually".
sounds like starter trouble could be the solenoid or the sprag clutch(bendix)
ask yourself this question is your tracker over heating? if you said yes you may need water pump, thermostat, and engine coolant :)
Could be locked up, starter could be bad, computer could be dead,.....................
If a car engine will not turn over, it could be out of gas. It could also need a tune up or possibly have an electrical problem.
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Just behind black bar over engine, you should see a yellow ring. pull up, it's the dipstick
Dead battery, bad starter, sieged motor. Sounds like it's electrical. On_mitch
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Need more info like, does the starter engage? Does the starter turn the engine over? Does the starter turn the engine over but the engine does not run?
I am assuming you have the 2.0L? If so this is a distributor-less engine with coil over plug ignition. The spark signal comes from the crankshaft position sensor.
I do not have a answer for it, do you an answer for this problem?
Check your sway bar links. I just had to have these replaced on my 2004 Tracker.
Starter could be bad, neutral safety switch, wiring, engine could be locked up.
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 ..
There are several ways to blow up a cars engine. If your car loses all its oil and you don't shut off the engine you could blow it. You could blow it by over revving the engine for long periods of time. If the engine doesn't have water in it it could run hot and quit.
Since the starter is good but will not turn the engine over when hot, check the engine for free rotation. Turn the engine over by moving the crank by hand (with the ignition off.) The engine could be sticking when hot and not be able to turn over.
not a problem, bring it over Saturday and we will do it then.
If the Yukon engine has high rpm while driving, check the transmission for slippage, that will cause the engine to over rev. The overheating could be caused by the high rpms.
Not really. You could start over and redesign an engine to be able to run on diesel but it would be completely different from the original.
lack of care and maintenance in the radiator dept.....how about checking your radiator fluid? checking the radiator itself for leaks, and replacing your thermostat. if this does not work then the problem could be lack of changing the oil....or burning of your transmission check your oil and tranny fluid.....flush the transmission....also if you tow stuff with your tracker you could easily burn out your transmission and that could cause the vehicle to over heat as well.
Could be starter drive not engaging xcompletely Could be a bad starter drive Could be a chipped or broken tooth on ring gear (fly wheel) Try turning engine manually (large socket on crankshaft) and then try to start - -if vehicle does turn over probably a chipped or broken tooth - if not, possible above starter problems
it could be a few things but normally i check the battery first, then i would check the starter motor by bridgeing the solenoid and then if it wont turn try turning the engine manually to see if it seized but its easiar to take the plugs out to do this.
Get your manual out and that will walk you through it quite nicely. Otherwise step over to Smokinvette.com and just ask one of the members there! Good luck!
Could it be the battery or the spark plugs?
Could be something with the head/heads