if battery is ok chech netural saftyswitch
moisture on the ignition coils.spray them with silicon spray.
use the ignition key to turn to on or to start and the system should reset. I stopped using mine because it would trigger at any time wothout an intrusion
No , it would crank , but if there was no power getting to the electric fuel pump it would not start
I figure you mean what grade of gas should I put in my cressida? Before I blew my headgasket, my 89 cress took 91 octane, anything else would cause piston knock. [detonation]
There is many possibilities. best place to start is making sure you have fuel, and spark. it would help to know if it will crank but not start, no crank, etc,
I had the same problem with my 1989 Toyota cressida and when I had it looked at they said it was because the temperature gauge kept getting stuck and when it got loose it would fly way up into the red line and then return to normal like yours, you should get it replaced so that your car would send out unnerssisary engeint coolent
A bad cam or crank sensor can cause a no start, but the engine will still crank or turn over.
car will not start if the crank shaft positing sensor is bad ..because it control the car spark plug firing..( no fire no start )
There could be several reasons why a Toyota Sienna will not start. the most common problem would be a dead battery.
I had the same issue with mine...it was the crank/fuel sensor...cost - 50.00 for part
check the compression on it if it turns over and doesnt start you might have fried the rings
Best way to diagnose is to scan for codes, but not having that I would guess the ignition module then the crank/cam sensor.
You have a brake line to the calipers that is collapsing. A mechanic will tell you which side it is by the direction it is pulling to. Caliper Piston binding on that side
No, it has nothing to do with that.
Your girlfriend in the passenger seat after she realizes you drive a Toyota Tercel.
it would all depend on what you mean by not start. if you only hearing a click it would most likely be your battery. if is a slow crank it's also a poorly charged battery, but if is a no crank then it may be something else.
it would be the best to buy a new starter
For some reason it is not getting EITHER fuel OR spark , so it cranks but doesn't start
Two common reasons why an engine will crank over, but not start: There is no spark. There is no gasoline.
in most cases a bad crank sensor or cam sensor
it could be one of the sensors crank shaft or cam shaft