When you start your car, the starter is drawing the battery voltage available to the rest of the car down a few volts. This reduced voltage would make a could that requires full battery voltage weak and unable to provide enough spark to start the engine under some conditions. So what is done is that while the starter is being run, the full (but reduced) voltage is provided to the ignition coil. When you let go of the key after starting the engine the coil then receives a reduced voltage through a ballast resistor or wire, which is great for a coil that is designed to operate on a reduced voltage rather than a full voltage coil. If this is your problem, you would want to check this ballast resistor circuit, which could be anywhere from the ignition switch, the ballast itself, or a connection in between.
Car had a faulty immobilizer that caused the problem.
check ignition coil
Why would lights clicker and go deem when car wants to cut off the car is an 1985 Chevy cavalier?
No. This doesn't mean any properly cut key will work though. The computers in the car are sophisticated enough to tell which metals the key is made from. The car then compares the metallurgy of the key in the ignition to the file on the computer's memory. If they match, the car will start.
What would cause my VW golf to cut out whist driving
If it has recently been wired in it has probibly not been wired in correctly. There are normally two power points for a car radio, one constant and another that works only when the ignition is on. By the sounds of it, it is wired into the constant power source, hence not switching off with the ignition.
A Mazda Dealer's Parts Department can cut a new key from the car's VIN number.
The ignition module could cut off the fuel supply. The oxygen censor will also cut off the power from an automobile as well.
when i cut my car off and cut it back on its makes a ticking sounds, then i would have to get a jump then it would fire right up> we just go an 02 censor put on the car.
it depends on the car, but its usually a bad connection in the wires
Yes! If you take an uncoded key (like an emergency door key) and try to start the car, the ignition system will disable itself. This is why locksmiths generally will not cut a spare key for you, and if they are willing to cut one, some will make you sign a waiver that says you will not place the key in the ignition to avoid getting sued later. A dealer can unlock the system for you. <><><><><> There is also a procedure for coding a new key to your ignition system. Again, see the dealer.
I just did this and it works, remove radio and ignition switch .find 3 wire connector (we want yellow wire and it is thin) . start car and cut the yellow wire while car is running. you are done this info come from my mechanic auto repair
it could be a ignition problem (spark plugs etc), when you turn the power steering pump will put a force onto the engine if the spark is weak it could cause your engine to stall
no old oil will not stop a car beacause at least the car has oil
Dead battery, Alternator not charging, Ignition off draw draining battery,.............
push in the clutch
Make sure you have only about 8 volts going to it not a full 12. There is a resistor wire that should cut the voltage.
When an athlete is 'being cut' in sports, it means the team that they're currently playing for is releasing them.
Since car 3 was the initial cause of the accident, car 3 is at fault. If car 3 had not cut off car 2, car 2 would not have hit car 1, and if that was the case there would not have been an accident. As I said, car 3 is at fault. Hope this helps.
sounds like your alternator..
Well sometimes the radio is hooked up to the ignition itself. It is just the ignition wire, if it has a disconnecting face plate then you can turn it off by taking the face plate off. Or if you would like, you can pull the radio out and disconnect the wire from the ignition and it will not still be on when you cut the truck off.
The anti-theft feature prevents the car from being started when one of several anti-theft devices is faulty are have otherwise been activated. The problem you describe might be the ignition switch, which is known to wear out quickly on those models. The system can be completely disabled only when the car is running (meaning the theft deterrent system is inactive after the Passlock II system detects the proper key in the ignition). A wire can be cut that would permanantly disable Passlock II, meaning any key that opens the door (or a screwdriver) could start the car. If the ignition swtich goes out or this wire is cut while the engine is off (theft deterrent system is active) then the car will have to be towed back to the dealer to have the ignition system replaced and reprogrammed.
Wire it to a power source that also cuts off when you turn the cars ignition off, like the signal lamps or something else.