Sounds like your battery was weak to start with. What you did should not have caused any problems if your battery was in good condition so without seeing it, I think you should remove your battery and have your battery charged and load tested.
no the odometer is for the car not the engine
I must not be getting oil.
Like, maybe, the battery's getting low?
The lens of the eye needs to stay moist, so blinking replenishes that dryness of the lens. Blinking also occurs in the event of debris getting on the lens of the eye.
The odometer stays on for a while so that service personnel have time to record the mileage when, say, getting your oil changed. It uses very little power.
You have a wire that is loose and arcing.
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...could be allot of reasons why you may not be getting spark, here are some: # no power to ignition coil. faulty ignition. # faulty distributer cap, rotor. # faulty ignition module. # check for start signal from ecm. ...and there is a few more.
ticking over and getting a new no. like do the clock or some type of speedometer...
Check the ignition fuse also check the ignition switch
coil, wire, ignition control module
Kinda-sorta, but not really.Speedos are usually set to register a little high, as car manufacturers don't want the drivers to blame them for getting a speeding ticket - but that planned error doesn'taffect the odometer.But if you've change the tires or something which has thrown the speedo off, that change will also affect the odometer.
A fast turn signal blinking can be caused by a bulb that is getting ready to out or a bad ground. Remove the bulbs and look for corrosion around the base and in the bulb socket.
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if you're getting fuel to the throttle body it could be the ignition module if your getting fuel this is more than likely the problem, it could be coil pack if not getting any spark from any of your plug wires if your not getting fuel or spark at the same time i believe it may be your control module if control module is out u wont get fuel or fire my 89 is getting fuel but no sspark and i was told it was my ignition module auto zone knew exactly what my problem was try calling them they can also test your ignition module before u spend money on one if its not the ignition module
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Could be. But it might be an alternator problem instead of a batery problem. You need a good alternator to keep the bttery recharged. I wouldn't run out and buy a battery without getting the alternator checked.
Have the ignition module in distributor checked.... could solve your problem (it solved mine!!)
Your ignition module may be out. Or your distributor is out. What kind of vehicle?
Check the ignition control module.
ignition control module in the distributor
Running a blinking red light ticket is the same as a stop sign ticket usually. It will not increase your insurance unless your record is reviewed for some reason. For example you switch companies, or you have a claim where your insurance co. pays money out. Normally getting a ticket of any kind will not automatically raise your rates
I've replaced ignition switch, and starter solenoid, checked fuses, and battery, but I don't seem to be getting any electrical through to start the engine. I can jump everything and get the engine to turn over but not start.
CHECK THE IGNITION SWITCH,,, THEY HAVE A HABIT OF GOING BAD
There isn't a fuse for the ignition. You need to check the point and condenser. The dwell is 30 fegrees.