What would be the cause of ignition not turning and getting stuck in lock mode is this something that can be fixed?
Your ignition key may be too worn down, the car dealership can probably make you a new one. Another cause may be worn lock cylinder parts (springs, etc.) or there could be dirt/sand in the cylinder.
Technically cranking good and turning over are the same thing. I assume you mean cranks good but doesn't run. Two common causes: 1) Fuel: not getting any. Tank empty, fuel pump dead, pressure regulator bad, fuel line blockage 2) Ignition: none. Bad ignition module or other ignition component. Less common cause: 1) Timing: timing belt/chain issue. If the timing belt or chain breaks or hops a notch then you may find you have both fuel…
Depending on how the engine is turning is the issue. If it turns but whines with no crank the battery is weak. After a few turns it'll lead to only clicking. If it's the starter when you turn the key it does nothing. If it cranks but sputters and dies that is an ignition or fuel issue. I hope this helps
1989 Honda civic The starter is turning over but its not getting gas is it the fuel pumb or the injectors?
Your daughter has a 2002 Landrover Freelamder The key goes in the ignition but will not turn Any sugestions as to the cause?
Just try turning the steering wheel to one side or the other. Sometimes the ignition gets locked up in one direction and by gently turning it to either side while turning the key in the ignition will free it up. real common problem don't even waste your time with a new key im sure its worn out,im a licenced Saturn tech in st.catharines Ontario get a new key cut and get the ignition cylinder replaced,if…
the ignition key will not turn if the steering wheel is locked in place. The steering wheel locks in place when it is turned with the ignition off. If the wheel is locked just try turning the wheel back and forth and turn the key at the same time, this will unlock the wheel, and allow the key to turn
What could cause a misfire on one cylinder after changing plugs wires ignition coil fuel injector and compression is at 180 pounds per cylinder and spark is getting to the cylinder?
The cause is almost always an ignition system issue, cyl #2 is most likely getting no spark! When these ignition components go bad, they can cause misfires: Spark plugs, spark plug wires, and distributor; cap, rotor, coil(s), ignitor etc. It is also possible that the fuel injector for cyl #2 is not spraying!
Engines need 3 elements to run. Air, fuel, and ignition. Confirm all the components in the fuel delivery system are working correctly: Pump, filter, injectors. Then confirm you are getting spark to your spark plugs. If no spark, check the coil, Ignition control module, pick-up coil (if applicable), and distributor cap and rotor. If you do have spark, make sure the spark plugs are not fouled. Engines almost always have enough air to run unless…
After trying to start and engine what would cause it to keep turning over even when you disconnect the ignition wires all to gether?
There are several things that can cause a key to get stuck in the ignition. You can try turning the steering wheel a bit to the left or right to see if that allows it to release. Also, try pushing the key in a bit more and turn it to the lock position, then try pulling it out. Don't force the key or it could break off in the ignition.
In a Pre-Electronic Ignition distributor, the "Points" are opened and closed by a rotating cam. This acts as a switch turning 12v on/off to the High Voltage Coil at the proper time. In an electronic ignition, a solid state circuit (transistors) performs the switching duty, replacing the Points/Cam as a timing circuit.
Not necessarily; the fuel sending unit is just the pump and signal; are you getting fuel to the engine??? you can smell it above the engine if not listen for the fuel pump when you turn the ignition (key) it should fire;pump;actuate, if not then you need a new pump/sending unit. Is the engine turning over? Is it trying to start? Do the lights and wipers work? i.e. if you are getting power, and fuel…