You need a new fuel pump
Check the fuses under the hood, particularly the "pcm a" and "pcm b" fuses. If one of these is blown it will cause the condition described.
Perhaps there is an insufficient gas level in the tank?
This is a common malfunction that happens when the vehicle gas tank runs out of fuel.
what would cause a no start condition when engine spins in a 95 taurus sho 3.2l
If you're certain that there is fuel in the tank, I'd suggest that you have a faulty connector and/or ground wire.
It could. I have never found that an incorrect spark plug gap can cause an almost start condition or a no start condition. It is far more likely that the plugs are fouled or, more commonly, when i find an almost start condition it usually means a bad (weak) ignition coil.
The temperature sensor is malfunctioning
Yes it can cause a no start condition.
There are many wires on a Dodge Neon that can cause a no start condition.
Yes, a defective ECU can cause a no start condition. They rarely go bad.
fuel pump in tank along with sending unit bad
got the same exact problem.
Low battery and when attempting to start car ran battery further down. Date and time went to default settings and fuel gauge registered empty. Charged battery. Fuel gauge still showing nothing. Picked up answer from Audiworld post. Removed fuse 15 (instrument cluster) & 28 (fuel pump), turned on ignition or to start the car - might not start, but mine did), put fuses back in. Fuel gauge now correct.
There are 32 empty squares at the start of a game of chess.
Your Honda Prelude might not start because of a dead battery or an empty gas tank. It may also not start due to a damaged starter or a battery that is disconnected.
Start with the fuses. Check the fuel sending unit at the fuel tank, this is the most common part to cause a non working fuel gauge.
Empty fuel tank or pump failed.
You fuel float my have a hole in it or be fuel logged.Replacement is advised.
Sounds like a bad ignition switch.
There are two reasons that might cause it first some one siphoned the gas out of your KIA the other is that your fuel gauge sending unit in the tank stuck in one position and over the time it set it released its self.
An empty room. If you start to fill it, it's no longer an empty room.
depending on how 'bad' it is, it would cause your car not to start.... otherwise you would have an intermettinet miss and wouldn't always be the same cylinder. with a multimeter you can check the condition of the distributor.... If it is an intermittent no start condition.... I would look at the fuel pressure and the injector.
is your battery in good condition and fully charged? is your starter good?
Yes, you're cat will start tripping real hard if he goes on a vision quest.