probably the ignition switch, or an Alarm malfunction? also could be the park neutral switch(or clutch switchif equipped) read up everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a FREE professional shop manual available in the reference section to make copies of...read up and fix 'em like a PRO..:) Dave
The starter is out?
i had similar problem with 99 wrangler and if its the relay its located in the fuse box.
Start with no starter??That car isn't going anywhere unless you change the starter or tow it.
Unless misalignment is extreme vehicle should start, but excessive wear is placed on starter (bearings)
It could be the indication of a faulty fuel pump.
my jeep wrangler is starting to have a hard time to start in the mornings? my jeep wrangler is starting to have a hard time to start in the mornings?
You're batter may be slowly dying . It could be you're alternator that is draining it. Or you're starter may be going. I would start with the starter.
lack of fuel
sounds like you have a bad ignition switch or a bad starter solenoid
Needs a new starter
The battery, cables and starter may be bad.
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Unless there is an aftermarket hard start relay installed on the car, there shouldn't be one. The starter is attached directly to the ignition switch and the battery.
If the starter is whining while the engine is running at an idle you have a problem with the ignition switch or the starter solenoid is stuck. The starter should not be engaged while the engine is running unless you are holding the key over on the start position.
needs new battery or starter drawing too much current
There are several different things that could be causing your car not to start. You may be out of gas, your starter might be bad, or your battery could be dead.
check alarm if you have old one
Sounds to me that the starter motor is in electrical short that is discharging the battery. I would take the starter motor to the electrical shop to be tested (or the car and ask them to check the starter).
If a 2007 Chrysler Sebring 2.71 is not starting correctly without starter fluid being sprayed on the air filter the starter in the car may need to be replaced.
A no start condition can be caused by a bad battery, bad connections on the battery, bad connections on the starter or ground and possibly by a bad neutral safety switch or ignition switch. Use a test light and see if your getting fire to the small wire on the starter when someone trys to start it. If you are, the starter is not working. If you aren't, check the ignition switch and the safety switch.
Sounds like you need a new solenoid if you have to do that
The starter relay is integrated into the starter. Have you checked the neutral lockout switch? If the neutral lockout switch is faulty or adjusted wrong the starter will never engage. It could also be that the starter wires are cross-connected. Using a volt meter, make sure you are getting voltage to the starter bendix when you attempt to start the engine. If not, start backtracking to the keyswitch to see where you DO have voltage.
changed seliniod on starter and on firewall ,checked fuses still won't turn over, if I cross the upper seliniod with a screw driver it turns over but won't start?
Do you mean the spark plugs are not producing spark? Or do you mean the engine turns over but does not start? Check battery terminals, fuses, and the starter. I had this problem on my 98 wrangler. it was the starter selinoid. 1. get under your jeep 2. located the starter(passenger side on the side on the transmission near the engine block) 3. tap it with a wrench or a hammer(don't bang on it, just a solid tap) while someone tries to crank it. If it starts its your starter assembly. They are about $150-$200