Sounds like the classic ignition wire problem. Replace them.
If the Saturn Sl2 will turn over but not start, check for ignition fire first. If there is no fire then look at the crank shaft sensor and coil pack as possible problem areas.
There are several reasons why a Hyundai will not start with the ignition is on. There could be a problem with the battery or starter. There may also be a problem with the wiring.
if you meen NO LIGHT in the instrument pannel just check the battery, might be really dead
maybe ignitoin or ignition switch
It may be old.
Either your starter or ignition..
There can be a number of things going on when the engine quits or won't start when it's warm. One is a problem with the condenser related to the ignition points. Also, you should inspect the tightness of the fasteners since metal parts expand when they get hot. Another possible problem is that the ignition coil many need to be replaced.
If the problem is not some where in your fuel line, then it is the Ignition switch. The ignition switch may not return from the start to the run position or the accessories may not work because the screws that hold the switch in place were overtightened. Often found in the 1992-94 models. I have not yet heard of this problem on the 95 model though.
Should be correct
Starter's gone, have it replaced.
Defective coil or a problem with a crankshaft position sensor-
Your alternator is not working.
its not your ignition its your crankshaft sensor that's the same problem i had.
my car no start I check the spark ignition on the wires an they don't have how can fix the problem....
Majority of the time the problem is in the ignition key chip or ignition lock cylinder
If you're saying the starter won't engage occaisonally, try moving the shifter lever between park and neutral, then back to park. If that makes it start, you probably have a neutral lockout switch that is adjusted wrong.
Sounds like a selenoid problem.
your key has a chip that keeps it running in order to install button start it needs to bypass this so its deffinitly an ignition problem your key has a chip that keeps it running in order to install button start it needs to bypass this so its deffinitly an ignition problem
When it happened on mine, it was the BCM going out. All the accessories & instrument panel went nuts when the key was in the on position, but when you tried to turn the car on, nothing would happen.
probably your ECM malfunctioning i just fixed the same problem on an sl1...it was a new starter... the starter over heats and is non op... or try a coolant temp sensor with new connector is a common problem aswell
I nhave a misubishi pajero 1999 all time I turn on the ignition switch the horn come on What can be the problem
Somebody with the remote is messing with you. I had a similar problem years ago and found a defective starter solenoid was the problem
The ignition switch generally has four positions: off, accessories, on, and start. Some cars have two off positions, off and lock; one turns off the car, and the other allows the key to be removed from the ignition. When the key is turned to the accessories position, certain accessories, such as the radio, are powered; however, accessories that use too much battery power, such as window motors, remain off in order to prevent the car's battery from being drained. The accessories position uses the least amount of battery power when the engine is not running, which is why drive-in movie theaters recommend that the car be left in the accessories mode during the movie.
there must be some sort of wiring problem which is causing them to burn.