The ignition coil would only affect the spark to the spark plug(s).
You may have a short in the ignition system.
Ignition relay is probably shot. It is in the power distribution block in the motor comprtment.
ignition switch or key and tumbler.
Battery, starter, fuel pump, ignition, computer,................
No, the plug wires will not cause any damage to the electrical, or the ignition system. A no charge condition would be indicative of a defective stator, and or, depending on the ignition system used, a rectifier/voltage regulator.
i would change the electrical part of your ignition switch- i would change the electrical part of your ignition switch-
There is a sort somewhere in the starting system
The ignition module on a 2002 Impala is located in part of the electrical system. In some cars, the module kept the car from starting. When the key was turned there would not be a clicking noise. The module works with the passlock system of the car.
the ignition system would be a HEI or high energy ignition with a distributor cap and rotor. this would refer to the 2.8 liter v6
a disconnected wire or a bad resister in the electrical system it happened to mine
An Electrical Short Cut somewhere would cause it to blow the fuse. A pinch wire would ground the system, and cause a shortcut.
There is a short somewhere in the ignition system causing the fuse to burn out. Start by replacing the ignition switch to see if that helps.
A transmission that is sticking would cause a 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager to die after shifting it into gear. A problem with the ignition system could also cause this.
it could do
The ignition system and the fuel system usually get their power form the same location. You might have accidentally removed the power form the ignition system.
Ignition is required for an engine to work. Failure of ignition would prevent the engine working.
If the ignition switch is faulty it could leave an electrical component turned on and that could potentially cause a dead battery. That would not necessarily be the case and you might notice if the switch is supposed to be off but something still runs.
In the absence of a fuel system shut off as in an alarm system I would suspect a fuel pump fuse, or faulty ignition switch
AnswerSounds like a bad ignition switch.I changed the ignition switch and there was no changeCheck the neutral safety / transmission range sensor next.I know, it doesn't seem it could cause electrical gremlins, but...
the steering wheel..
The main cause of a pacemaker to stop working is the battery going dead. Another cause would be a malfunction within the electrical system. These 2 causes are very, very rare.
There are many things that can cause this, start with the fuel filter they need to be replaced periodically, then check that the fuel pump is operating. If it is not one of those then move on to the electrical system, battery, alternator, ignition switch, and wiring.
The radio time would stay on if you had the keys in the ignition but the ignition was only turned halfway.
Problem sounds like either ignition or fuel system, meaning bad plug wire, moisture in the electrical system under the hood or bad fuel, clogged injectors. Sounds more like an electrical problem to me, maybe even a bad spark plug.