I'd need a little more information on that one. E-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss the details. Age of vehicle, is it injected or carburated, how many miles, when was the last tune-up, is it using oil, have you run a compression check... Let's see where this goes after I get some more information.
It would not be a good idea. First it is illegal, second it can actually cause the computer to over adjust fuel and ignition timing and cause running issues.It would not be a good idea. First it is illegal, second it can actually cause the computer to over adjust fuel and ignition timing and cause running issues.
u would start your second paragraph as I also....
Check your battery first, and if not your starter or ignition switch, after that, it's something more serious.
Ignition or ignition switch could be bad or the selanoid could have went out
Well, I don't see that it would help it any! There are 2 keys for a reason! Why would you want to insert the door key in the ignition? It surely won't start the vehicle! Unless the ignition is already screwed up and can start with anything! The tumblers in the the locks for the ignition and doors are different! It would be like putting your house key in the car! Won't work!
yes as long it was weird to the ignition so when the button is push it would start the car just like turn the key
more than likely is the ignition module. What year?
This is the amount of time that it takes the ignition to start. This information would be present in the users manual.
the first thing I would check is, fuel, spark, coil, ignition module
I own a 95 GMC and had similar troubles - It turned out to be the ignition switch was bad.
I would suspect you have an ignition switch going bad, a starter solenoid that may be going bad or more than likely corroded or loose battery cable connections. Check the battery post connections first.
The fuse would be the first place to check.
first i would check your coil, if its good, check your ignition switch.
yes and ignition relay would..
i would change the electrical part of your ignition switch- i would change the electrical part of your ignition switch-
after replacing the stearing colum what would cause it not to start. You may have disconnected the ignition switch.
If it is a points type ignition, and it will start, then die immediately, I would first check the ballast resister. If it checks out, then the condenser would be my next item to try replacing.
I would expect that the power for the fuel pump would be supplied through the ignition switch so I would start there, that is check the ignition switch.
I had the same problem with my 1967 impala. It was the ignition. There where melted wires. so it would not shut off. That would be the cheapest and first place I would look at. it would start but not shut off.
Well the first thing i would check is the battery if the engine is not cranking, if it is cranking the you would probally check the ignition system[spark plugs, spark plug wires, ignition coil] next you would check the fuel lines/injectors/pressure.
First step is always check the scene for safety. Second, is check for consciousness.
It depends on whether you are in America or Britain - Americans start numbering with the ground floor being called the first story, so the second story is the second floor from the ground. However, in the UK, the ground floor is the first story so that the second story would be the first floor above the ground.
The ignition key chip
Ignition module, ECM, ignition coil are all resonable suspects. Ignition module, ECM, ignition coil are all resonable suspects.