Starter not engaging.
There is another cause for the code.
If the starter is engaging and is cranking the engine over but the engine refuses to run, my first guess would be the fuel pump is bad.
The valves can bend. You would then be repairing or replacing the engine.
Top end maintenance would be maintenance done to the head, or top of the engine. Typically this included grinding the valves, replacing valve seals, milling the head flat, and replacing the gaskets.
My check engine light came on because the terminals were not connected tightly. no. quite the contrary. if you have a "check engine" light on, disconnecting, or in this case replacing the battery will turn it off. you have a different problem.
i would have replaced water pump long before replacing radiator. also check engine oil to see if it has engine coolant mixed in.if it has then the problem is more likely to be a bad head gasket
Replacing the water pump will not cause the check engine light to come on. Either it is a coincidence or you have accidentally disconnected a wire or damaged a sensor somehow.
possible cracked head and a worn camshaft lobe
if it has a carburetor try cleaning it and try replacing the throttlepositioning sensor.
I would imagine that the tranny was not inserted correctly. In order to do this, you must use the poker.
It is cheaper than replacing the lifter
The cost to rebuild a 2005 Hyundai Elantra engine costs approximately $1,000. This includes dismantling the engine and replacing damaged components.
If you take good care of them, like classic car owners, they could last for decades. But you should be EXTREMELY dedicated to keeping the engine running. Replacing it would cost a lot but then again so would maintaining the old one. Still, all you have to do is make sure the engine is properly maintained.
Rings always need replacing during an overhaul. Why go to all the trouble without replacing the wrist pins? I would replace all parts that wear. Otherwise you are not doing a complete overhaul.
Replacing a engine in a Ford Capri can get pricey. An engine can cost anywhere from 400 dollars to 5000 dollars depending onn what shape it is in.
After replacing minor components that would cause the vehicle to stall such as the fuel filter. Advance the ignition timing a few degrees and the engine will run better and there will be no more stall.
It will save your car engine from breaking. I already know what your thinking. Why do I need an engine in my car? because it makes the tires go around Rather than spend time on replacing your timing belt, I would recommend going to a 3rd grade English class and learning grammar and spelling. What are the benefits of replacing a timing belt?---Just in case you wondered.
If your motor is turning over, but not firing, I would suggest replacing the ceramic resistor located on the upper driver side firewall in the engine compartment. That's about $10.00.If that does not work (which it will about 75% of the time), try replacing your condenser that may cost you another $10.00.
If the starter is engaging and turning the engine but the engine is not starting you have one of three problems. * Fuel delivery * Ignition spark * Compression If your engine has all three and their performance is within the normal specifications for that engine, it will start. Now you need to find out which is out of specification.
On older cars it would be replacing, PCV valve, spark plugs, plug wires, rotor, condenser, and possibly distributor cap. On newer cars it usually means replacing plugs & plug wires.
Assuming you mean engine mounts, these days broken engine mounts will still hold the engine in place not like the older mounts from the 60's and older that allowed the engine to flop around when they broke like a fish out of water. The engine cooling fan may rub the radiator shroud under acceleration and you may also hear some clunking and feel some vibrations. Replacing the mounts would be recommended.
The term "blown engine" usaully means the the engine is dead in which case you would not have any power. In the racing world the term "blown engine" could mean something else. A blown engine would be an engine that is super charged with a blower in which case you would have more power.
have vehicle scanned to determine the problem