why won't 1992 Accura Integra RS start in warm weather
your coolant is low.......this happens when you are idle and then once you start moving it goes down......fill your coolant to the top and itl fix this problem
the first thing that come to mind are a bad engine ground and a broken solenoid -Jon
WHY MY ECU 15AMP FUSE BLOWS EVERYTIME I START MY 97 ACURA INTEGRA
Time when trying to start the car engine trns butwill not start turn key off then onagain it starts right up
no power in the injectors 95 integra
my suburban wont start
When the engine 4jg2 starts then its stops it is due to a mechanical failure.
1997 chev Malibu doesn't start but then if relay is wiggled by engine under hood car starts can this be fixed
you blow air into it to start the blades moving and then you give fuel to the engines and it starts up
If it starts good when the engine is cold but starts hard when engine is warm and hesitates, check or change the water temp sending unit. Hope this helps.
Some cars will knock for th first minute or so on a cold start until the oil starts to circulate through the engine
It starts better when its warm!
this means your starter is bad
Check your negative cable to the battery.
rpm went to zero cranks but wont start
Yes, the battery starts the engine, and as long as the battery is fully charged the engine will start. The battery will loose it's charge if the alternator is defective and not replenishing the charge of the battery but the alternator has nothing to do with starting the engine.
Turn on the ignition switch and then turn it fully clockwise until the engine starts.
ignition control module also called the ignitor No it is not the ignitor. An ignitor helps start the car however it does not keep the car running.
Depends on the engine but severe engine damage will start to occur almost immediately. It will run a few minutes until it starts to overheat then the engine will seize. It will not take long to destroy the engine.
It depends on what car and engine you have. Just guessing, I would check the fuel pump relay if it has one.
It requires more than one fuse for the engine to start. The PCM has at least two fuses for itself.
It retards the timing so the engine is easier to start. After it starts, it advances the timing back to an advanced position for best engine performance.
Do you have an old diesel or a new one? If you have an old diesel engine, you turn the key to the "run" position and look for the glow plug light. Glow plugs heat the cylinders, and when the engine is warm the light goes out, you turn the key and the engine starts. On a new diesel, you turn the key and it starts.
when the engine start after a couple second it starts checking