Be sure to have the place that checks the Ignition Module to run the test at least seven times,this warms it up and helps check intermitant problems.
Have you checked the ignition control module? Have you checked the ignition control module?
Coil? HEI ignition system?
If your question concerns the ignition on some cylinders of a motor, then faulty ignition leads or a dirty distributor should be checked.
nevermind it ended up being the ignition coil
did you have your ignition coil replaced? the signs are that the ignition coil is overheating thus you are able to restart after an hour, when the coil cools. also check if your ignition coil has a resistor. if it has, have it checked for continuity. did you have your ignition coil replaced? the signs are that the ignition coil is overheating thus you are able to restart after an hour, when the coil cools. also check if your ignition coil has a resistor. if it has, have it checked for continuity.
You really should get your car checked.
It really needs to be checked out but it probably is the blower votor.
You need to have it checked for codes. If you fix the cause of the codes the light will stay off.
The ignition switch could be bad if a Hyundai Elantra has no crank and then starts. The fuses which are tied to the ignition should also be checked.
it could be, you should deff. get it checked out by a mechanic
I would have the ignition module checked .
Probably ignition switch. Have it checked out.
both frayed insulation and damaged connections
Have the ignition module in distributor checked.... could solve your problem (it solved mine!!)
CHECK THE IGNITION SWITCH,,, THEY HAVE A HABIT OF GOING BAD
you may have a short in the ignition swith get test checked, a steering column specialist can do this in a couple of minutes
Check hard vacuum line to Map sensor, just below coils at back of intake manifold.
The 1992 Rangers have a distributorless electronic ignition system and if the ignition coil packs are an issue the resistance of them can be checked with an ohm meter to tell if they are OK.
It can be the dimmer switch. It needs to be checked out./ A test light will check for voltage.
Checked to see if your steering wheel is locked. If not, then your problem is the tumblers. Replace the mechinical ignition switch. Cause- Having too many keys hanging with the ignition key.
Have you checked the ignition switch on the column . I had to replace the one in my 1977 Trans Am.
it is one piece with the distributor, was around$600 last i checked
last time i checked he was.
My corsica did the same thing so i went to autozone and had my controle module checked and that was the problem. it has no died on me since and that has been 2 years ago...
call a locksmith he can do it,ignition switch needs to be removed and checked on my altima the same happened but there is a button on the ignition that says push push the button and jiggle the key it should come out