Is the engine flooded? sometimes if the car has been started then stopped within a few minutes the engine can flood. Hold throttle to the floor and crank, it may fire up after a while. Other than that, there could be a multitude of reasons a car will crank but not start. Is there spark? Is there fuel? Is there compression? Are plugs, leads, cap, rotor arm, coil, fuel pump even a tripped inertia switch the problem. Need more info to help you.
Discharged battery Bad wiring connection, positive or negative Immobiliser fault Faulty ignition switch.
disconnect the battery and reconnect. when the battery is reconnected within 20 secinds turn the ignition on and press the immobiliser button on the remote device ( the unlock button on the key ). that should reprogramme the receiver and the transmmitter.
it could do with the immobiliser, i have to disconnect my battery for 10 mins,then it starts
poor earth from battery to body work, low battery or starter motor needs replacing. are the most common problems
i have had a new battery in my key fob, but it wont turn the engine on, do i have to get it tuned in to the electrics.?
A battery cannot be drained by a shorted diode when the ignition key is off.
Battery, kickstarter, ignition, ignition coil,
The battery itself can not, but, as with any battery, the contact of positive & negative contacts can cause a spark which may constitute an ignition source.
- dead battery - starter motor defective - low battery - ignition key problems starter, ignition problems
A weak Battery
Since automatic watch winders are made for automatic watches, they will not work on battery powered watches. The two are not compatible. Battery powered watches are powered by quartz or ion lithium batteries.
bad battery or cables. Automatic trans not in park. Broken loose connections at the starter or ignition switch. Starter moter pinion jammed in flywheel. Bad starter, or ignition switch. Seized engine.
Answer: set windshield wiper control to lo intermittent. Turn on ignition key. Done.
No, not really.
If your battery has a full charge, and NO noise is heard. It is most likely a lose or broken wire from the battery to ignition switch or from ignition switch to solenoid. A bad neutral switch may also be the problem or a blown fuse. A clicking noise would indicate bad solenoid contacts or a low battery charge. Although the a solenoid may be at fault, the other reasons are more likely. Note: On cars without automatic transmissions, check the clutch interlock switch.
If it is an automatic charger let it charge until the charger shuts off.
Yes, IF the ignition SWITCH was left ON. I suggest charging the battery, and then have it tested at Autozone both of which are free.
The engine computer, next to the battery, is the ignition module.
1) Check the battery cable connections. They should be clean & tight. 2) Check the connection at the starter. They should be clean & tight. A loose ground cable on the battery. Check ground cable on the starter.
flat battery, bad starter motor, bad solenoid for starter, a fuse on ignition side or a bad ignition switch, if is automatic transmission,make sure it is in park properly,or try it in neutral if manuel transmission ,push clutch in
Fuse, flasher, switch, bulbs, wires, ignition not on, dead battery,Fuse, flasher, switch, bulbs, wires, ignition not on, dead battery,
bulb no good.
Behind the battery.Behind the battery.
Dead cell in the battery or the ignition or lights were left on.