It could be because your ignitation switch is bad and all you are doing is bypassing the signal from the ignation to the starter
Generally the problem is either a defective neutral safety switch or a bad ignition switch (not ignition key lock).
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.
Defective Starter solenoid or ignition switch. Ignition switch is bad.
The starter relay is out. Or the ignition module. Or the ignition switch is out. And its the odds in that order. Greatest to least.
There are several reasons why a Hyundai will not start with the ignition is on. There could be a problem with the battery or starter. There may also be a problem with the wiring.
might be starter relay, or the crank circuitry from the switch or to the starter from the relay. I would trace back from the starter to the starter relay back through the neutral safety switch to the ignition switch.
Check ignition relay. Jump the battery directly to the starter and see if the starter is any good.
Most often it is the starter and not the ignition.
It is false that the stat ignition switch position only activates the starter motor.
may be a bad starter..... or if the engine is cranking with no start it could be the ignition wires
sounds like the starter
No. The relay is what actuates the starter motor, whenn you turn the key to the start position.
maybe ignitoin or ignition switch
might be something with starter/solenoid assembly or the crank wire circuit coming from the ignition switch.
it should be defective ignition switch...................It could be anything between the ignition switch and the terminal on the starter solenoid. There may be a bad ignition switch, bad ignition fuse or a bad fuseable link.
i have a Mercedes 1995 e320 and the car wont start i change the starter and it still wont start for the ignition but if i turn the key and then go to the starter it will start i tried putting it in neutral and starting it but still didnt work and there is a loud buzzing noise that's coming from under the hood could it be a relay or ignition i don't know i have a Mercedes 1995 e320 and the car wont start i change the starter and it still wont start for the ignition but if i turn the key and then go to the starter it will start i tried putting it in neutral and starting it but still didnt work and there is a loud buzzing noise that's coming from under the hood could it be a relay or ignition i don't know
Take the steering column housing off (usually held by 4 screws from the bottom) and remove the starter cap from the back of the ignition cylinder. In a Nissan, the ignition cylinder usually has a T shaped pin which turns the starter. if you can start your vehicle by turning the starter cap with a screw driver, you probably don't have an issue with the starter.
No. The problem lies in the starter itself. Replace the starter and the vehicle will start....
Dead short between ignition switch and starter solenoid trigger wire?
If you can hear your starter motor turning but not the engine you have some teeth missing on the ring gear. If you can hear nothing, not even the starter motor solenoid clicking into place, you have a connection problem between ignition switch and starter motor.
Not much info to go on. Is the starter cranking the engine?
Sounds like a selenoid problem.
It depends if the starter is turning the engine over and its not starting the problem is not with the starter its with your ignition or fuel system most likely, If your start is making a whirring sound then its not making contact with the flywheel and you probably need a new starter