its not your ignition its your crankshaft sensor that's the same problem i had.
There are two main types of no-starting conditions. Cranks but won't start, and no cranks no start. For a no crank no start condition it is best to suspect a problem with the starter circuit. For a cranks but won't start you have to remember that an engine requires the things to run gas, air, and spark. So what type of condition do you have?
ignition coil! mine did the same
Need more info vehicle getting enough fuel, air or ignition. Fuel pump maybe bad, Air intake system has no leaks, Ignition system working properly. Just need more info
There are several reasons why a 1996 Achieva engine cranks but will not fire. A few of the reasons could be a bad ignition control module, ignition coil pack, or a crankshaft position sensor.
There are a few reasons why a 1994 Mazda Protege won't start, but does crank. A couple of reasons could be the air flow sensor or a problem in the fuel lines.
Coil? HEI ignition system?
Would be in the distributer or the ignition module
check for spark at plugs,coil.check you are getting fuel check ignition condensor
"Check Engine" light comes on when you turn ignition switch on and should go off when engine cranks.
Have the system checked for trouble codes.
ignition starter switch
Your ignition switch is worn out. you will need to replace it.
No gas or no ignition gives the same result: the car cranks but doesn't even try to start.
A 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee engine that cranks but is not starting and has no dash gauges is experiencing an electrical system failure. This can be a result of a faulty ignition switch or damaged wiring.
Some possible problems when your vehicle cranks, but won't start are a bad crankshaft position sensor, or a faulty ignition switch. Another possibility is a loose or broken wire that runs from the sensor to the PCM.
the first thing I would check is, fuel, spark, coil, ignition module
Change plugs, check your ignition coil. an check your batt(it needs to be fully charged)
You might try a crankshaft position sensor first. Its probably cheaper than an ignition module.
it is easier to pedal with longer cranks because you have more leverage but it is not necessarily better to have really long cranks.
A 97 Geo Metro that cranks but gets no spark is not getting enough power to the ignition coil or the coil itself is bad. The coil use the 12 volts of power provided by the battery and alternator to generate a very powerful spark.
check/change the ignition components(plugs, wires, distributor cap, rotor button)
Check the ignition circuit in the Storm. Start by checking the crank position sensor, then the coil pack to find the lack of spark.
Several things could cause this. Some of the possibilities are; contaminated or old fuel, no ignition (spark) or ignition timing incorrect, incorrect cam timing, problems in the fuel management or delivery system (fuel pump not working or low pressure, fuel filter clogged, bad control computer or wiring, bad injector(s) or wiring, very low or no compression, ect)
Technically cranking good and turning over are the same thing. I assume you mean cranks good but doesn't run. Two common causes: 1) Fuel: not getting any. Tank empty, fuel pump dead, pressure regulator bad, fuel line blockage 2) Ignition: none. Bad ignition module or other ignition component. Less common cause: 1) Timing: timing belt/chain issue. If the timing belt or chain breaks or hops a notch then you may find you have both fuel and ignition but with the timing wrong it can't fire when its not getting ignition at the proper (compression) time.