In a 2003 Honda Pilot it is normal for the radio to stay on for up to 15 seconds as programmed in the multiplexer module. However, if the radioÊis on for more than a minute, there is a stick relay problem.
4 (four) minutes
The check engine/service engine light should come on as soon as the ignition is turned to the on position without starting the engine. If it does not, then the bulb is either blown or has been removed.
He turned on the ignition and then started the engine.
They should turn off when the ignition is turned off and the key removed.
This sounds like your battery.
I turned on the ignition in my car. "Houston, we have ignition!"
your ignition switch is hanging up in the crank position.
That the outlet only has power when the ignition is turned on.That the outlet only has power when the ignition is turned on.
The radio time would stay on if you had the keys in the ignition but the ignition was only turned halfway.
It sounds like your ignition timing timing is too far advanced. It will need resetting.
no, but it can be turned off.
The ignition system is powered up and ready to run the vehicle.
The throttle may be jammed. If the car has been unused for a period of time make sure that the throttle mechanisms are well lubricated.
For 2 or 3 seconds you will hear the fuel pump run , before starting the engine , when the ignition key is turned to the on / run position
The ignition module on a 2002 Impala is located in part of the electrical system. In some cars, the module kept the car from starting. When the key was turned there would not be a clicking noise. The module works with the passlock system of the car.
This may not be your problem but I had this problem with an '86 Dodge Colt. Turned out to be the timing belt.
I don't know I think its the ignition or some part there of
You have a flat battery.
The light should come on when the ignition switch is turned to the on position without starting the engine. Once the engine is started it should go out, unless there is a problem with the emission's system. If it doesn't come on then either the bulb is defective or has been removed. If you just bought this car, I would suspect it has been removed to hide a problem with the emission's system. This is illegal.
because stupid, YOU GOT THE WRONG KEY Typically, the most common reason for the key to be "stuck" in the ignitions, is that the steering wheel is turned from the center position, which causes the ignition interlock feature to be "jammed". By manipulation of the steering wheel, to where there is no tension on it, will usually allow the key to be moved to a psoition to where it can be removed. Typically, the most common reason for the key to be "stuck" in the ignitions, is that the steering wheel is turned from the center position, which causes the ignition interlock feature to be "jammed". By manipulation of the steering wheel, to where there is no tension on it, will usually allow the key to be moved to a position to where it can be removed.
With the ignition key turned off press and hold the odometer reset button. Now while holding that button in turn the ignition on without starting the engine. After 5 seconds the light will go out.
It is very possibly the ignition switch but there are certainly other possibilities as well. In any case, you'll need to learn some electrical diagnostic skills. The ignition switch appears faulty.
The steering and ignition will become locked on a 97 Chevy Cavalier if the key is not inserted into the ignition and turned. This helps to prevent theft.
Two reason why your steering wheel is not turning.One....your ignition key is removed and you have turned the steering wheel to LOCK position.Two your front wheels are pinned against an obstacle so your front wheels are blocked.
Perhaps a bad ignition switch