I would suspect a bad starter solenoid that you shorted across. I would use a test light or multi meter to probe the wire leads that go to the starter solenoid and if they test good, replace the starter/ solenoid as an assembly.
more then likely it is you Vehicle anti Theft System..... it says a signal to start your starter and your fuel injectors...... that's why it dies right after
If it takes a minute for your car to start while holding the key down it sounds like your starter has gone bad. Try replacing the starter.
the starter should be on the right side of the engine block there aretwo or three bolts going into the block then the starter should come down a little but on the front of the starter there is a nut holding on wires to the starter i think they are 10mm. once the bolts are out of the block and no wires are on the front of the starter it should come out. its a 10 minute job if that
fuel pumps bad
maybe the neutral safety switch
. "The ratio of the number of teeth on the ring gear and the starter drive pinion gear is usually between 15:1 and 20:1. This means the starter motor is rotating 15 to 20 times faster than the engine. Normal cranking speed for the engine is about 200 rpm. If the starter drive had a ratio of 18:1, the starter would be rotating at a speed of 3,600 rpm. If the engine started and was accelerated to 2,000 rpm, the starter speed would increase to 36,000 rpm. This would destroy the starter motor if it was not disengaged from the engine."
You should only have the starter activated in any type of vehicle for about 15 to 20 seconds at a time. If the vehicle doesn't start within that time period, wait at least one minute before attempting to start it again.
My first guess would be the fuel pump is bad. Check the computer for codes and see what it says.
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minute. Minute is part of and hour. Second is part of a minute.
the starter is located between the exhaust manifold and the engine block. It is only visible from the bottom of the car and is protected by a heat sheild.whoever designed this wasn't thinking of the do it yourselfer because the motor mounts will probably have to be removed to get the beast out, or worst.I remember the good out days when a job like was a fifteen minute inconvenience.
When i disconnect my battery and reconnect it and then turned my heat on it works for a minute. And then it seems like it makes heat on the driver side and air-conditioning on the passenger side. It has climate control for the passenger.
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2/5 of a minute is 24 seconds. 2/5 is also 40% of a minute
Multiply meters per minute by 3.28 to get feet per minute.
you can read in a minute
In a minute, the minute army would be overthrown.
There are three reasons for it to get hot:Its is bolted to the engine and the engine is hot making the starter hotIt has been used for longer than intended and not allowed to cool properly. !5 seconds max crank time followed by two minute cool down is a good rule of thumbThere is something wrong: Low voltage or poor battery, A bad or poor connection between power source and starter, The engine has a problem causing the starter to work harder than intended or the last possibility is that the starter is faulty and drawing to much power making it heat up.
400 meters per minute is about 1/4 mile per minute.
No minute has. A minute is defined as 60 seconds,so an interval that lasts 89 seconds is no minute.
Multiply liters per minute by 0.0353146667 to get cubic feet per minute.
96 gallons per minute = about 363.4 liters per minute.
Cubic feet per minute x 28.3168 = liters per minute