You have a flat battery.
No, not unless the ignition is turned on.
the diodes in the alternator have gone
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.
Defective ignition switch, or bad starter.
Headlights run off the battery not the ignition...
your ignition switch is hanging up in the crank position.
I may be having the same problem. I replaced the battery. The interior lights, siren, horn, radio all work, but the car will not turn-over when the ignition is turned. I am really interested in how to unlock the vehicle.
battery is shot?
A person will have no power to the ignition when the key is turned over when the battery is dead or the ignition switch is defective. Each component must be tested to rule them out as a problem.
check the battery and connections/cables
This sounds like your battery.
if you disconnect one of the battery terminals and turn the key in the ignition then reconnect the battery terminal with the ignition still turned on this should disable the immobilizer and the car should start.
Check for bad connections or fusable link
That is just how the vehicle is wired, its not a defect, its a safety feature, the windows arent supposed to work, unless the ignition is on.
Never unhook the battery with the ignition turned on. There is always a little voltage spike that occurs when disconnecting or reconnecting the battery. If the ignition is on the computer will be powered up and that spike could "fry" the computer.
He turned on the ignition and then started the engine.
I had this problem on my disco 1. Turned out to be the alternator, which was replaced and the problem was fixed.
Then it is a defective ignition switch.
I push the ABS button and it goes out. When it is illuminated it normally means that you have turned it off. Check your manual for specifics.
Low battery power, or probably a loose battery terminal or ground wire. Follow and check em all...!!
The ignition is draining all the power to start the engine. You may have a dead battery.
I turned on the ignition in my car. "Houston, we have ignition!"
You need to switch the red wire with the yellow wire and it will not lose the memory any more. One wire is coming from the ignition and the other from the battery directly.