Stuck ignition switch.
because when the battery is connected it is like an on and off switch with the switch in the on position!
the internal battery gets recharged whenever it gets connected to the gameboy system.
there is a small wire connected at the battery. make sure it is connected
First, replace the battery. Then, cycle the ignition between on and off three times. Turn the ignition key into the on position, then the off position, three times. The computer will recognize the key, reboot the computer, and release your key.
If the ignition is left in the on position, yes.
Disconnect one cable of your battery and turn the car key to ignition position two times, connects your battery and turn the car key to ignition.
If the cigarette lighter would normally work without turning on the ignition, yes.
Wires connected to the starter incorrectly or defective ignition switch.
The reason for no ignition light could be a low battery. The wiring system may be another reason for this. Check the white wires in the ignition switch and the multi-plug connector to ensure they are connected.
Take the negative battery cable off, then turn the ignition to the on position to leave the ignition on for 5 seconds then turn off. Then reconnect your negative battery cable.
No. If the starter turns over the ignition switch is good.
I forgot to tell you after you connect the battery with the key in start position try to start the car after you reconnect the battery
No. The relay is what actuates the starter motor, whenn you turn the key to the start position.
If the battery is dead it will not allow the key to return to locked position. Thus trapping you key in the ignition.
Can you not turn your ignition key to the RUN position and select the neutral position while holding your foot on the brake pedal ?
assuming the battery and cables are good and connected....check the ignition switch..:)
The wires to the starter are probably connected wrong.
Sounds like something is shorting out whenever the ignition key is turned on. Could be the starter motor, as that is the first electrical connection after the battery.
Radio Use when engine is not runningYes, use of the radio when the engine is not running will drain the battery. Also, IF the use of the radio requires the ignition switch to be in the ON position, then any other devices [such as on-board computers, electric fuel pumps, etc.] that are turned on when the key is on will also add drain to the battery.IF your vehicle ignition switch has an "accessory" position [usually one "click" counterclockwise from the OFF position, then only the accessories that you turn on, will drain the battery.
check the battery voltage, check battery cables, check ignition switch(where you turn the key), or check the crankshaft position sensor. cheers
When I replaced my wifes battery in her 98 Camry, I had her put the key into the ignition, turn it to "on" position, then I connected the battery cables, then have to take out the key,,,get out of the car,,,lock the doors using the key,,,,,open the door lock using the key,,,then start the car...seems that opening and unlocking the doors resets the alarm,,,
To wire an ignition barrel in the Citroen Saxo, begin by disconnecting the wire at the negative terminal of the battery. A lead wire has to go to the ACC terminal on the ignition barrel. The starter relay wire goes to the ST terminal and the ignition wire is connected to the IGN terminal.
Have you tried turning the ignition key to the run position , step on the brake pedal , and shift to neutral ?