A bad EGR valve should not cause the engine to not start. There is most likely another problem that is causing the engine to not start.
Answer to the car died and wont restartit could be your timing belt
What type of vehicle? What type of engine? More information is needed.
bad starter, or solenoid
usually the factory alarm
Click on Start -> Shutdown -> Restart
A 1995 Ford F150 will start to die after running for about 15 minutes if the fuel or electrical system have a failure. A bad battery or electrical system will also prevent it from restarting.
the automatic restart on failure feature is turned on
ClickStartShut Down ComputerPress "restart"
Add gas, crank engine. If it doesn't start in about 30 seconds, it was not out of gas and you have a different problem.
check fuel line for blackage or something and check filter
you cant restart but you can go start on a new evony world
this could be due to a bad ground Wire running in the ignition
Assuming this is a Chevrolet Tracker, probably missing fuel or spark.
it can cause a fire if a house get knocked down and the electrical break a fire can start
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.
a mechanic told me it could be the neutral security switch on the clutch if it is a straight drive
There is no way to restart your browser. You can close the window of the browser. In other words click the x and then start it again. You can also restart your computer.
There are two things that come to mind. First change the fuel filter. This can cause it to cut out and be able to restart. Second there is a fuel pump relay that can drop out due to heat or a week coil and cause it to die.
* check for spark it might not be getting fire to the spark plugs if there is no spark the ignition coil pack might be bad
There is a "rollover" or fuel cutt-off switch in the trunk of many newer cars that disables the fuel system (the fuel pump) in the event of a rollover or significant accident. The system is designed to prevent a fire in the event of a crash that might cause the fuel system to leak or otherwise be compromised. Sometimes these switches go bad and cause the car not to start. You can sometimes clean them and repair them and sometimes they need to be replaced.