Where do i find the fuel reset button on a 96 aerostar
My car is not starting due to the cold weather the last few days...it has not started since firday...it has been on a trickle charge and also tried to start from another car...it turns over fine...but just wont catch...and i have added fuel treatment also...could it be i need to reset the fuel button or maybe a starter fluid?...the battery is a yr old...any helpplease.............6days is way too much for meto stay stranded in a house..........ughhhhhh.HELPPPPPPP
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Cold weather has an adverse affect on batteries. The clicking sound could be from the starter solenoid not receiving enough voltage to energize the starter motor. The engine being hesitant to start and run could indicate the need of new spark plugs, wires, etc.
It actually could be a number of things. I need to ask you more questions to narrow my prognosis down. You mentioned the weather being cold, lately. How cold? Freezing?When was your last tune up and do you eventually get the car started after trying for a while? If you do how does it run?
have you checked transmission oil?
I am not familar with MINI's but it sounds like either your transmission oil is low or is too thick (cold weather could do that) that the computer is safe gaurding you for destroying your transmission or you computers messed up.
Recommendation: get the car to a shop ASAP before you do serious damage.
what i believe your referring to is the Inertia Switch , its location is on the passenger side front behind the side kick panel, (the side panel by your feet) , it may have tripped . a clogged fuel filter might give you grief , if you used starter fluid and it started then you would know you have a fuel delivery issue . good luck , did you have spark ?
there is a plug at the top of engine crome line about 1/4 dia. that will spray fuel when pump is activated. I removed when i was thinking i had a fuel problem. after spraying fuel every place decided i had to look for other issues