Need more info like, does the starter engage? Does the starter turn the engine over? Does the starter turn the engine over but the engine does not run?
turn the key
Sounds like you need a new starter!
possibly a new battery sounds like the engine isn't getting enough juice to kick the engine on
check for loose or disconnected vacuum hose
Lack of fuel or spark.
The battery may not be fully charged to turn the engine over fast enough to start. The fuel pump may not be pumping fuel to the engine.
You need to check your timing belt if it is not in time it will not start or run for a little then shut off.
More information is needed. Does the engine turn over, but not start? Have you checked for gas and spark?
It sounds like the inner steering shaft. I had the same problem on a 1997 Dodge Ram.
Time when trying to start the car engine trns butwill not start turn key off then onagain it starts right up
The term 'dead engine' is usually meant to refer to an engine that wont start. The symptoms are that the engine does not start, the starter might turn it over, but that is it. No firing, no backfiring, the engine is effectively 'dead.'
Sounds like you are loosing oil pressure. As the oil heats up, it looses viscosity, which in turn decreases its ability to act as a buffer between engine parts.
I do not have a answer for it, do you an answer for this problem?
you do not start it untell it is on
ensure there is diesel in the car. Turn on ignition but don't start the engine yet. Watch dashboard and look for a small light (not ignition light) look for a heater plug light. When this goes off then turn ignition full turn and engine should start.
Turn on the ignition switch and then turn it fully clockwise until the engine starts.
turn off engine, and start again
It would help to know what vehicle and engine we're talking about. Offhand it sounds like a failed solid state component.
When you turn the key to start the engine will sometimes turn faster than normal and or sound like there is no compression in the cylinders . whir /whir/whir/
Battery could be low, it takes more energy to start engine Check starter wires
Turn the key, just like in other cars.
Hold the trip meter button in while turning the ignition to run position. Do not start the engine. Turn off key and then start the engine.
Turn key on ( do not start ) then push the gas pedal all the way down 3 times and then turn key off and then start the engine.
Sounds like a very weak battery.