It's never a good idea to just replace parts to attempt a repair. First find out WHY the engine will not start. By replacing parts you have introduced other possibilities into the possible reasons for the engine not running. Always go back to the basics: Fuel, Spark and Compression. If you have the three in the proper timing, the engine should start. You did not mention if the engine "cranks" when you try to start it but since you claim that the starter is ok I'll assume that it cranks. Check to see if there is a spark. Pull a spark plug wire, either use a tester or connect a spare spark plug to the wire and set it on the engine block while you attempt to start the engine. If you get no spark, trace everything back to see if voltage is getting to the coil before replacing the coil. Same thing with fuel. See if there is fuel pressure to the injectors or if there is fuel at the carb if it isn't injected. Get a compression tester to see if something bad has happened internally. If the timing chain/belt has slipped and you have no compression the engine will never start. It's always a matter of going back to the basics.
Since you changed your battery and starter I'm assuming you are getting fuel and spark is your problem. You should check your starter relay, the wires from the relay to your starter, the wires from your battery to the relay, the wires from your locking cylinder to the relay, and your locking cylinder. You might also check your alternator. You can take it to a parts store to have it bench tested for free.
Remove the starter and haeit checked at auto parts for amp draw Check the alternator to see if it is keeping the battery charged Check engine ignition timing may be too far advanced
I means you have a battery problem or a starter problem or dirty/loose battery cable connections. If the battery is operating the starter and the starter is turning the engine over but the engine won't start and run, you may have a spark problem or a fuel problem.
Assuming it started and ran before you changed the battery, and changing the battery actually is when the problem began, the starter relay wire has been left off and needs to be connected at the battery terminal. I would need more information to diagnose it further.
Interesting?? I had my starter and battery replaced on my 2002 Saturn VUE and within a few months my low beams ands daytime running lights went out. Dealer says the post in the fuse block is burnt and the entire block needs to be replaced at a cost of over $600.
That depends upon what the starter problem is. If the battery is exhausted, you can use another vehicle's battery, with jumper cables.
Check the battery cables or starter.
Dead battery? Loose or dirty battery cables? Bad starter solenoid? Bad starter? Neutral switch?
your battery is dead or the starter solenoid
Sounds like the ignition switch.
you need a new battery. if battery has been replaced and this still does not solve the problem, you must have had the bad battery for too long and it ruined the If the new battery doesn't solve the problem you can have check the battery cables, make sure they have a clean tight connection. Also the problem could be with your starter also.
Hard to determine where the problem may be. If the battery is strong but the starter spins slowly, the problem is at the starter. If the starter spins freely, the problem lies elsewhere (ie, fuel system, electrical/electronic, ignition switch, etc.).
is the battery fully charged?
purple wire comes from park netural switch .yellow wire come from ingintion switch to park netural switch
First, why was the battery replaced? If there was a pre-existing problem (like a bad starter, for example), replacing the battery will not solve the problem. If, however, the car started fine before battery replacement, then the problem could be that the battery terminals (clamps) were not sufficiently tightened. Don't laugh, but there have been instances where the plastic cap(s) covering the new battery's positive and negative terminals were not removed (duh!). Remove those plastic caps.
Dead or weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Defective starter solenoid?
When you hear a clicking noise is most likely a battery problem however you stated that the battery was replaced so i suggest you check the condition of your cables look for rust or corrosion etc.
I have just came up on this same problem with my 2000 Kia. Turns out it was the Ignition switch. $160.00 to have it replaced.
Double check the battery cables at the battery and at the engine, be sure they are clean and tight.
Check all wires for loose or corroded fittings. A loose or corroded connection can work one day and not the next. My first guess would be the wire to the starter solenoid is loose.
If you know the battery and connections at the battery are good then it is more than likely a defective starter.
may be on top of the starter and replaced with same. Follow the + battery cable it will connect to the solenoid
check your alternator or make sure the starter is on correctly
If the car will not start after replacing the battery, then the battery was not the problem. If it will not turn over, you may have a bad starter or bad connection. If it turns over but will not start you either have no fuel or no spark. You will have to determine which.