Could be the ignition module.
I had the same problem with my legend and I replaced the main relay: Started right up!
Check your crank shaft sensor. Had the same problem, replaced crank shaft sensor and fixed the problem.
COULD BE THE CRANK POSITION SENSOR
This could be a number of problems... Fuel pump problem? Carbuerator / fuel injection problem? Timing problem?
check the batery if that's not the problem replace the cam and crank sensors. they are not that much and you can get them at the locale part store.
mine did that and i replaced the crank shaft sensor,problem was fixed
If your 1994 Honda Civic is unable to start, the problem could be a connector that is not well fitted from the transmission installation, especially if you just replaced your transmission.
Did you follow the starter alignment instructions when you replaced the starter? Are you getting oil on the Bendix? That could cause the starter gear to engage slowly. It is possible that the replacment starter has a problem. Also, if the previous starter had the same problem it could have damaged the gear on the flex plate.
my 98 Lincoln had the same problem and i replaced the battery the car turns over fine now. good luck
crank sencer When I had the same problem it was the starter solenoid. It is built on the starter so you have to replace both. After the starter/solenoid was replaced I had no more problems. P.S. If you take it to most major auto parts places they can check the starter but not the solenoid mine showed good but after I replaced it I never had that problem again.
Your Mercury Cougar might stall in reverse because of a problem with a bad crank sensor. This problem could also be due to the crank sensor wires which are damaged or not wired correctly.
Perhaps a blown fuel pump. Take a plug wire out and use a spare plug and set it on a piece of metal and crank it and look for the spark. This will eliminate an ignition problem.
Yes. I had this problem on a 2000 Grand Cherokee. The problem came without any warning that I could notice. I parked it at night and the next morning it would crank and crank but not start. - I would imagine that his problem could happen gradually if the sensor had a broken lead wire or was gradually failing. In my case it was immediate and complete failure.
neutral safety switch
The problem may lie with a clogged fuel injector or a spark plug that isn't sparking.
it could be the crank sensor as it is a problem for the altimas.
Crank Position Sensor needs to be replaced. I had the same problem and that was the cure. It was hard to diagnose because of the intermittent nature of the problem.
It could be the fuel pump, fuel filter, alternator, or the relay switch.
Check the crank sensor. I had a 98 cirrus that wouldn't start and that was the problem
If a 1997 Nissan Maxima will crank but will not start, there could be a problem with the fuel pump. Another possibility is an issue with the ignition switch.
I can't say for certain but I think that year has a crank sensor which could be bad also it could be a fuel problem or even an ignition problem
I had the same problem 3 times on my '97 Sebring. Twice, I replaced the crank position sensor with the (lower-priced) after-market sensors. They worked for a while, about a year and they go bad again. Finally, I replaced it with a Chrysler part, and have had no problem since. I hate to say it... but for the difference in price, this is one part I would highly recommend spending the extra money.
we had the same problem and replaced all those things and it ended up being the throttle body position sensor.. maybe that is your problem