yes and ignition relay would..
it is a fuse that protects the ignition relay from too much current. a bad fuse would cause a no start, and if you pull the fuse, its center core will be burnt out if it is bad.
My ignition relay was damaged and it caused my starter to go out, which cause my car to shut down.
it may not be you ignition relay, but your alternator.
Ignition relay is probably shot. It is in the power distribution block in the motor comprtment.
Hey Mike==Either someone wired it up wrong or the relay is hanging. I would bet someone has run a wire streight to the ignition. Check it out. The ecm is supposed to ground the relay for 2 seconds when the ignition swith is turned on. GoodluckJoe
No, check if you haven't blown an ignition relay or fuse
you cant does it click when you switch on ignition if not change it.
prob have a bad ignition switch
might be starter relay, or the crank circuitry from the switch or to the starter from the relay. I would trace back from the starter to the starter relay back through the neutral safety switch to the ignition switch.
The main relay will give an check engine light to indicate that the electrical system is bad.
It sound like an electical problem. I would think it to be a defective switch, relay or wiring . Try pulling out the relay or fuse.
A fuel pump relay provides power to turn on fuel pump. A relay allows small current to control high current- example- a starter relay-- If you didnt have a starter relay- the big thick starter wires would have to run to the ignition switch, and then back to the starter. with a relay- you only have little tiny wires running to the ignition switch... when you turn the ignition switch on, a little bit of current goes through the tiny wires to the relay- which powers a coil- which then makes the contacts inside the relay connect- which then allows the high current to run through the big wires to the starter. kinda simple- but can be confusing. carmine C-
Car is running now. I replaced Distributor, which has ignition coil built into it. And that solved the problem. Thanks ankyways.
I had a main relay go bad on my old accord some years back. If I remember correctly, nothing would happen when I turned the ignition key. After waiting a little while for the relay to cool, the car would start just fine. I found a replacement relay on the internet at a good price and everything went well.
Some vehicles electrical system is designed for the fan to run-on after the ignition has been switched off. If the fan switches on when you switch the ignition on from cold, this would indicate a faulty thermostatic switch, these are often fitted to the radiator and it will have two wires attached. To eliminate this as a problem, switch the ignition on when the engine is cold, if the fan starts carefully disconnect one of the wires (beware of rotating fan!) - the fan should stop, if this happens you will need to replace the switch. I hope this helps email@example.com I would have to say it is probably a stuck relay.
fuse bad, lost ground or relay
check the wiring change the starter relay and clean ignition switch with electicial cleaner.
Chances are there is no polarity. An ignition coil is simply a wound of wires used to generate high voltage. But you may find a marking on it such as a "+" or a red wire wich would indicate the positive electrode.
I would expect that the power for the fuel pump would be supplied through the ignition switch so I would start there, that is check the ignition switch. Also check the associated wiring for cuts or possibly a loose plug connection.
I note the relay (part No NCL100040) is called an "ignition and glow plug heater relay". The 75 will usually start if you turn the key before the glow plugs have heated, therefore the glow plugs are probably only needed for cold starts. Glow plugs are not needed when a diesel engine is hot. The "ignition" reference may mean that some other circuit is controlled by this relay (obviously there is no conventional ignition as it is a diesel). FYI The part is also used on the Range Rover TD6 post 2002 An internet search suggest the cam sensor can cause starting problems and fault codes similar to a faulty glow plug relay.
Yes, it is possible. If you have checked all fuses in the dash and they are ok, try looking for a fuse panel under the hood in the engine compartment. There's been known to be ignition fuses in those panels in the engine compartment (if it is equipped with the engine compartment fuse panel). Otherwise, check starter relay, ignition wires near starter relay, ground wires, or even the ignition cylinder (where the ignition key goes), it may not be getting a good connection and could be wore out.
I had the same problem. Putting in a new starter relay and changing out the battery cables fixed the issue.
Dead cell in the battery. A light is on drawing power from the battery. You may also have a relay that is stuck.