Have you tried resetting the alarm by locking and unlocking the drivers side door?If you do this a couple of times in some cars it will restet the factory security system and allow the key to work again
Some ignition keys have a resistor built into them and the cars computer is programmed to that resistance. The security system needs to verify the resistance for the key before it will let the car start. What I have read recently about this subject basically states that if you are having problems with a car not starting, won't turn over, no clicking but the car still has power....and everything seems fine in the car....battery, starter, alternator, etc. but the security light comes on in the car and the car eventually does start usually 5 minutes or so later then it is the cars security system that is causing the problem. It doesn't recognize the resistance of the key. It sounds like the security system needs to be replaced or bypassed. A friend of mine has a '94 olds royale 88 that started having this problem a few months ago. The car isn't fixed yet but that is just because I just found this information on the security systems on thea few days ago. It looks like it is a somewhat common problem with some of the cars that GM made when they first started installing the Passkey I, II and III systems into their vehicles. I and if someone else has more information on this subject I would be interested in hearing about it.
its not the drivers side door lock the car with the remote . go to pass side and manula uulock door. that should rest it
You should check the ignition key switch on the steering colum it will have one of the two wires broken.This sets off the security system which kills the ignition and the fuel pump system.When replacing the key switch make sure you buy one from the dealer most aftermarket switchs are poor quality and if go through the trouble of taking the steering wheel off and parts of the colum do the job right the first time.After you put the new key switch in remember to connect the two wires in the correct electrical terminal.Turn the key to the on position and wait about 10-20 minutes for your computer to recongnize the new switch and program it into it's memory and your car should start right up.
There are several things that can cause your 2006 VW Jetta not to crank over or start. The flashing of the PRNDL display would indicate the antitheft system has been activated.
security light keep flashing put new starter on still will not crank
if it doesnt have a crankshaft sensor then you have a distributer pick up. Its under your distributer cap.
Sometimes the anti-theft has a time limit, so let the car sit for 30 minutes and it should reset. If that does not work, disconnect the battery for that long and it will reset.Ê
can you cranck the engine by hand
check the compression on it if it turns over and doesnt start you might have fried the rings
car has spark and fuel it will crank over but will not start
It could be a dead battery, loose/dirty battery connections or a bad starter.
If it has a distributor it doesnt have a crank position sensor. The magnetic pickup in the distributor is what you would be looking for. The module is either on the side of the distributor or on the firewall against the drivers inner fender.
Same thing as a Cranks sensor, basically allows the computer to recognize what position the crank is on a 360 degree cycle.
* check for spark it might not be getting fire to the spark plugs if there is no spark the ignition coil pack might be bad
Crank means to like crank ahandle.
It could be your coil but then again I would have to see it to know.
No, it will crank, but it will not start.
No crank/cam sensor signal to ECM/PCM (sensor or ring or ICM or fuse problem) or ECM/PCM internal fault or antitheft immobilizer active.
if the cam and crank are not turning you cannot mess up the valves BUT if the crank is not turning ,you have a major problem,as the starter motor turns the crankthe crank should tun regardless of the woodruff key falling out at the same time if the crank turns and the cam doesnt the timing will be wrong and need the woodruff key replaced to keep cam and gears where they need to be
the difference is that crank that superman is the remix and crank that is not
blown fuse bad computer faulty cam or crank sensor weak spark electric wiring problem
Check the diagnostic codes on your vehicle, if the crank sensor is bad the car's computer should know it. Can't really give more specific information without the make/model of the vehicle in question. if vehicle is equipted w/ a tach. watch tach while cranking, if tach doesnt move while cranking USUALLY means bad crank sensor
the crank is the pedals
The Best Crank is Stock Crank.Here's Honda's updated crank part # 13090-hp1-315.
The distance betwen center axiess of the crank sahft and crank pin
the portion of a crank between the crankpin and the shaft or between adjacent crankpins -called also crank arm, crank throw
classic case of a bad battery. if the battery is good, then the starter motor has a short in it
if it wont crank the the starter is probally out but if it cranks and the motor doesnt turn either the belt is to loose or the engine is locked up