Check the main relay under the dashboard the fuel filtr and distributer.AnswerCheck the distributor cap, rotor, and spark plug wires. With the distributor cap removed, crank the engine to see if the distributor is turning if not you probably have a broken timing belt.
follow the positive wire from your battery and it plugs into your seloniod which is connected to your starter.
Ignition switch, coils, starter, alternator, spark plugs. plug wires, battery.
how about plugs, wires or ignition module
The ignition module is located between the starter and the spark plugs on most vehicles.
dont wanna sound condescending but believe it or not its exactly the same as the ignition system from any other auto maker. comprised of a battery, coils, plugs and a starter motor. any ignition issues shoudl be easily resolved by any competant local mechanic. dont wanna sound condescending but believe it or not its exactly the same as the ignition system from any other auto maker. comprised of a battery, coils, plugs and a starter motor. any ignition issues shoudl be easily resolved by any competant local mechanic.
Faulty Ignition System. Dead battery. Dead Coil. Worn out Ignition "Wires" to Plugs. Corroded Battery Cable to Starter. Corrosion at Battery Terminals. Engine Ground Problem thereof eliminating complete Electrical Circuit. Blown Fuses or Relays. Faulty Ignition Switch. Hope one of these is it!! CHEERS!!
Try diagnosing the starter
Try replacing the spark plugs /wires and distrubuter cap if it doessnt work still you may have a bad ignition coil or fuel problems
You might want to test the ignition coil, battery, distributor (both type's can be tested), starter, starter relay or coil, and spark plugs to rule out which is causing the problem these are the basic components for starting the engine
Won't turn over? 1-Bad starter 2-No power to starter: discharged battery, bad battery or loose connection 3-No signal to starter: bad ignition switch or starter relay or blown fuse or security 4-Engine stuck: Belt driven accessory problem (remove belts) or hydraulic lock (remove spark plugs) or seized engine or transmission problem
Could be a number of reasons.. weak or dead battery, bad starter, bad ignition switch, incorrect distributor placement, bad spark plugs... need to know the actual symptoms to narrow it down.
try adjusting the ignition timing .