One reason a 1993 Chevy Lumina may turn over but not start could be the battery. It may also be the spark plugs.
Normally Remote Start Hold it down a couple seconds
Faulty electrics i guess..
Try adding more gas
A 1997 Chevy Lumina with a 3.1 that will not start, turns over, and doesn't spark; most likely has a defective ignition system. The coil may be damaged or wire providing power could be damaged.
I own a '96 Chevy Lumina that has the same problem and it sounds like it is a fairly common problem. I don't actually have the solution, however I know that if I turn the car to the on position and sit for a couple of minutes, then try and crank it over, it will magically start. I was thinking maybe there is just a bad connection or wire somewhere in the ignition system.
your key is probably wore out and tumblers are not moving
Most oxygen sensors are either on the exaust headpipe just after the manifold or on the manifold. I don't know where it is exactly on the Lumina but that is where you should start looking.
1999 Chevy lumina, won't start, security light comes on ,can jump the starter but motor will only run for a short time , strong battery ? tried different keys , no good ? help
The car will start and run poorly in the limp mode and the check engine light will illuminate.
Check your fuses
on my 98, its under the wiper fluid tank
probably your security system . Search google for "Bypass GM Vats Security"
Could be the starter.
Cause Kias are Sh't cars
i would have the coil packs tested
Could be you need a new fuel idle motor. Or you need new spark plugs
The first thing to look at is whether your IAC (idle air control) is working. Also another is whether your base idle is correct. There are more things that can be a maybe but always basics first. You should have good sparkplugs and wires as well as correct fuel pressure. You also did not say what heppends after 10 seconds. DOes it start or NO start etc.
red lead to the larger of the two posts (positive) and negative lead to a common earth on the vehicles engine such as a mounting point or engine block. start opposing vehicle and allow to charge for 30 seconds then proceed to start the 1997 lumina allow to run then remove negative THEN positive lead.
I had a similar problem turns out the Alternator was bad.
Run a "compression test" to see if the engine overheated and warped the head.
Try getting a jump start. Could be a bad battery. If your battery is good, then you will need to get a new starter. It may be the Starter or the battery make be dead,
my 95 Chevy Ilumina does same thing. I have tried many things changing fuel filter and spark plugs has helped in the past also I have replaced my fuel pump many times. I am experiencing this problem again.
Clean the resister on the key with alchohol, dry and try to start the car.