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What would cause a car to start and when you shut it off it wont restart?


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2006-05-04 15:10:04
2006-05-04 15:10:04

a mechanic told me it could be the neutral security switch on the clutch if it is a straight drive


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doubt that a t-stat would cause a car to shut down and restart when cold check for an ignition module proublem

ClickStartShut Down ComputerPress "restart"

Yes! I got a 1994 MX6 and it would shut down while driving when your oil is low.

click on start in the left bottom hand corner. then click on shut down, then it will give the option to turn off or restart.

When you try to restart it, does it turn over but not start? If you press the gas pedal to the floor and try to start it, what happens? Does it act like it's flooded? I've seen bad spark plugs/wires/cap/rotor cause this problem, but it could also be many other things.

Electrical circuit do not go dead but theyreliably shut down. If there is a thermal protection circuit supervising the heat dissipated that would the circuit to shut down until it cools and start again and probably repeat the cycle.

It is located on the passenger side close to the firewall and it is down low

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On a PC, you press Ctrl + Alt + Del at the same time. or you can click the start button on the bottom left hand of you screen and choose restart from there, if you do not see restart button you should see a shut down button. If you click that the option to shutdown, restart and stand by should come up in which you can then restart you computer.

It depends which version of Windows. In Windows XP: Click the Start menu/turn of computer/Restart In Windows 7/Vista: Click the start men icon. There's a little arrow beside the Shut down button. Click it to reveal the rest of the menu, and select Restart.

No, the van will shut of when the sirbags are deplyed, but it should restart just fine. If it will not run then there is something else wrong.No, the van will shut of when the sirbags are deplyed, but it should restart just fine. If it will not run then there is something else wrong.

That would be using the menu system to restart the computer. A shut down is a cool boot.

with the off button The safest way to shut down a computer is to use the operating system to properly shut it down. If you use Windows OS then you would go to your start button, click it, and go into <Shut Down>. For there you can choose Shut Down, Restart, Etc. These methods will save any data that you have not saved yet, close programs that are open, and properly shut the computer down.

My ignition relay was damaged and it caused my starter to go out, which cause my car to shut down.

Very likely an alternator problem; if the alt is not working soon the battery would be drained and the truck would shut off.

if you were to restart your computer while downloading or uploading a torrent it would stop temporarily while windows shut down but then resume after start-up. this will happen automatically as long as you have your torrent program set to start on windows start up (this is the default setting). otherwise file sharing will resume as soon as you run your torrent program.

Because the task manager is telling it to. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del and do the shut down from there. Next time you use the computer it should shut down normally.

The same as with desktop computers. If you have windows: click on start (in the left-bottom of the screen) and click on (the little arrow next to, if you have windows 7) shut down. You'll get a menu, asking if you want to save energy, restart or shut down. Click on restart. If you have OSX (macbook): click on the little apple icon in the left-top of the screen and click on restart. Hope this helped!

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