I had a similar problem with my 96 Millenia S . Just quit (wouldn't start). then started again. then wouldn't. and so on. Ended up being the fuel pump. Yeah, ouch.
Battery, kickstarter, ignition, ignition coil,
take out the battery, and the battery tray. there it is
Ignition switch, battery, battery cables, starter relay, starter solnoid, starter, flywheel ring gear.
This sounds like your battery.
check the main fusible link
Spark as in the ignition or spark as in not starting? Please be more specific and we will try to help you.
It could be a bad battery connection, too battery acid could have built up on the terminals. It could be a dead battery. It could also be frayed battery cable, a bad starter, ignition, or starter solenoid.
I have a 2002 Millenia-S and removing and reattaching the + battery cable does reset the check engine light.Answertry unhooking the positive cable to the battery...this works on my 97 millenia
No, You do not need a key fob to start a car. When starting a car, you put the key in the ignition and turn. Power comes from car battery, not from the key fob battery!
A battery cannot be drained by a shorted diode when the ignition key is off.
bad starter or bad ignition coil
The battery itself can not, but, as with any battery, the contact of positive & negative contacts can cause a spark which may constitute an ignition source.
- dead battery - starter motor defective - low battery - ignition key problems starter, ignition problems
Depending where the loose connection is i.e. battery cable, stater feed, solenoid, ignition switch etc.
If your battery is fully charged and the connections are clean and tight, the problem is probably that the contacts in the switch are corroded or worn, meaning your ignition switch will have to be replaced.
Likely the battery cables are corroded but the battery is fine. If the battery is good and your getting a clicking sound there likely that ...green corrosion... if you peel the rubber back off your terminals you will seee it. Don't waste money by not making sure the battery is dead first.
Yes, IF the ignition SWITCH was left ON. I suggest charging the battery, and then have it tested at Autozone both of which are free.
The engine computer, next to the battery, is the ignition module.
Things to check are: ignition switch, manual lever position switch, ignition relay, your starter, and last, your battery. Check all wires, cables and connections for condition and cleanliness.
To reset an alarm for a 94 Corolla after changing the battery, place the key in the ignition and turn it slightly. Let it remain in that position for several minutes before starting the car.
poor earth from battery to body work, low battery or starter motor needs replacing. are the most common problems
Fuse, flasher, switch, bulbs, wires, ignition not on, dead battery,Fuse, flasher, switch, bulbs, wires, ignition not on, dead battery,
bulb no good.
Answer: Most likely battery (you probably surmised this already), however, it could also be a faulty ignition switch or poor connection at the starter or starter module/relay. When the key is turned, do the instrument cluster warning lights come on (& dim slightly)? If so, its not the battery.