Beware of engine ECU (Engine Control Unit) memory wipe out after total battery loss - you may not be able to crank as the throttle correction history dat has been lost - on automatic transmission try to add idle RPM with your right foot when pressing the brake with the tip of your left foot and drive with two pedals (gentle with braking!) to the next repair shop which can re-calibrate the ECU. good luck david (Pajero 1995 3.0L V6) check the distributor, or the coil, had a mustang 5.0 that did the same thing. good luck Mine does the same thing, but I've never put a Tach on it. What I have found is that it does it when it is hot and after it has been driven for a while. the temporary solution I've found is with the ingnition cranked, shifting from park to neutral will start the car . The Haynes manuel says that it is the Neutral start switch, but I have yet to try and replace it. hope that helps. My Montero is a 93. Greg http://autos.groups.Yahoo.com/group/mitsubishimontero/
Defective ignition switch, loose or corroded battery cables, starter connection, bad battery cable, or the battery can be bad even though it shows a full charge.
If the 93 Stealth came with a crank sensor but it does not have one now, then it will not start. The sensor shows the ignition coil when to send power to the spark plugs.
crank it up
If this connection is used, it is generally connected to the light in the dash that shows alternator fault (NOT the voltage gauge!) and then through the ignition switch to the positive battery terminal.
Get inside the car close driver door switch ignition key on but don't start the engine push night panel once till LCD shows doors only wait till LCD turns off switch ignition off then on and start the engine switch ignition off and remove the key get out the car and lock it by remote control and test it by shaking the car don't try to shake it from doors or trunk or hod they have sensors and they'll trigger the alarm Good Luck !!
It shows that your battery is in workable condition and your alternator is charging as it should.
go on the internet www.autozone.com and it will tell you exactly what to do. This site even shows pictures, I've used it to fix my vechicles and it's the best site I've found.
I'd switch it on.
Switch engine OFF. Ensure instrument panel displays recorder reading. Press and hold button A ( 26940 ) mileage reset button. Switch ignition on. Keep button A depressed for at least 10 seconds unroll service indicator shows appropriate service interval and the message " insp " displays for 2 seconds. Keep button depressed until " ---" appears in the display. Release button A. Switch ignition off.
Make sure the odometer shows mileage and is not set on trip, then turn ignition off. Press the odo reset button and switch ign to the on position, keep button pressed, then 5 lines will appear and gradually count down to 000000. switch ign off and release button, switch ign back on and your service is reset!
The horn fuse on my 2000 Montero Sport is located in the fuse box under the dash, to the left of the steering column. The fuse box cover shows a horn symbol.
If you mean the newer plug-in (not hands free) official headset then if the switch shows green you are 'live' and can be heard, or if the switch shows red/orange then you are on mute.
Do you mean the switch on the dash to the left of the steering wheel that shows OFF at the top and a " P " and small triangle at the bottom ? That is the switch to shut off the reverse sensing system ( park assist ) You can only shut off the reverse sensing system when the ignition is on and the gear selector is in reverse
Turn on the ignition, but don't start the car. On the right stalk there is a toggle switch that hinges up and down, and is used for going through the different features of the display. When the display shows 'Service Due' press and hold the top part of this switch for 10 seconds until the dispaly resets and it shows 30,000km or whatever until next service. Turn on the ignition, but don't start the car. On the right stalk there is a toggle switch that hinges up and down, and is used for going through the different features of the display. When the display shows 'Service Due' press and hold the top part of this switch for 10 seconds until the dispaly resets and it shows 30,000km or whatever until next service. all of the above is correct apart from pressing the toggle button. if you instead press the bottom toggle button for 10 seconds the display will start to flash. Keep button depressed and 5 seconds later the service counter will reset.
Try putting the key in the ignition and taking out quickly, and or lubricate the ignition lock mechanism. it worked for me.
There is no kill switch. It's passlock, a passive security system that works with your radio, ignition, and dashboard. There is a procedure to bypass passlock, but it's complicated. To get your car started, just leave the ignition on for 10 minuites and the security light will go out, and you can start your car. If you've recently changed a radio, dashboard, or installed a remote starter, you probably affected passlock.
Ignition coil? Fuel pump? Check for fuel and spark
the real answer would be to check cables from battery to starter, and then follow the cables back to the ignition switch, checking all other components along the way. it probably is the relay.
Honda Crank Pulley Tool 50mm. The part number is 646796 at DenLorsTools.com. There is a video that shows it in use.
My Chilton book shows that it has electronic ignition ( no points )
On my '96 Outback Wagon there's a rocker switch on top of the steering column, just forward of the steering wheel. It is marked with a "P" - if it is switched ON, a red color bar shows toward the driver. Try switching it to the other position, parking lights should be OFF. I think there's a separate switch because on the Outback, the lights controlled by the regular steering column switch go on and off with the ignition. I know of other cars that have a similar switch there for the hazard flashers, but on the Outback, it's the parking light switch. ;-)
I Assume You Are Speaking About The Key Lock Assembly??? If So, All You Have To Do Is Turn Old Switch In Start Position Without trying to start it .Then Under The Steering Column Just Below the Key Switch.There Are 2 Holes One Is Smaller Use A 1/8 Punch And Insert Into Little Hole And Push Up on A Pin Then Hold It There While Pulling Old Lock Assembly Out .Be Careful When ReInstalling As the New Switch Also Has To Be In start Position To Install Most New Switches Are Already Set . So Now All You Do Is Push In On PIN Again And Push New Switch all The way In release Pin and Test Key Switch .....:) turn old key to ON position - if you turn it to START it will crank your handbook shows ON and START positions and states that START position cranks the engine. Therefore, turn key to ON position to remove old assembly
under automotiveforums.com there is a image for the ignition coils and it shows a good drawing of exactly where its located.
switch off the system
Some vehicle makes have a delay or timer on the parking lights, allowing the driver and its occupants to exit the vehicle and, say, enter their place of residence. They should shut off within 15 to 30 seconds, depending on the installed delay. On my '96 Outback Wagon there's a rocker switch on top of the steering column, just forward of the steering wheel. It is marked with a "P" - if it is switched ON, a red color bar shows toward the driver. Try switching it to the other position, parking lights should be OFF. I think there's a separate switch because on the Outback, the lights controlled by the regular steering column switch go on and off with the ignition. I know of other cars that have a similar switch there for the hazard flashers, but on the Outback, it's the parking light switch. ;-)