The epiglottis covers the "wrong pipe" (larynx) to keep food (and fluids) from going down it when we swallow.
Problem with the starter. Possibly locked up, or shorted out. Remove and test the starter.
Seized engine? Dead or weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Defective starter or starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch?
Did you just put a starter on it ??? Sounds like the starter wires are on the starter wrong are thay are shorted out. CHECK THE WIRES GOING TO THE STARTER CLOSELY.
If you mean that the starter keeps spinning after the vehicle starts), the solenoid/relay switch is not releasing. In the START position, the relay spins the starter to start the engine and should release when the key is moved from START to RUN. Probably needs to be cleaned or replaced.
Wrong starter, wrong fly-wheel, Bad starter drive, worn fly-wheel. Starter may need to be shimed.
If the starter is engaging and the starter is able to turn the engine normally, there is nothing wrong with the solenoid. Instead, I'd look at fuel, ignition and compression.
Your epiglottis closes and opens in your throat. It's the part that causes gagging.
Sounds like a separate problem. May be the selinoid on the starter hanging up.
Check the starter relay Check/Replace the cables going to the starter. It sounds like there is insuffient voltage and current going to the starter. Did you replace the starter? It is possible that the teeth are misaligned during re-installation. Did you foget some washers or shims? The selenoid could be bad.
Bad starter, bad starter solenoid, or the problem might not be the starter at all.
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Yes, a bad starter or starter solenoid can be the reason for a car not starting but all the lights coming on. It could be a battery going bad or being drained.
You hooked up the wires backwards on the starter go in and change them. That or you got the wrong starter.
Check and make sure that you did not swap the negative and positive on the starter. The starter is the only part on you car that does not have fuse protection and will cause a backfeed of current when starting and could cause any number of things to go wrong with your fuse system.
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Your problem is the starter solenoid. It may be a remote solenoid mounted on the inner fender well. You can easily check it by running a battery booster cable from the positive battery post to the starter side of the solenoid wiring (the heavy wiring). If the starter operates, the solenoid is bad.
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That sounds to me like the solenoid is stuck. That's the part of the starter that engages the gear to the flywheel in order to turn the engine and thus start it. Try tapping the starter a few times with a hammer to knock it loose (I swear this works), then if it keeps happening to you it's time to buy a new starter yo.