That can be many problems, first, have you taken your car to see if it has any sensors wrong? if not do so you can go to any autopart or autozone and they will do it for you or even let you borrow it. it can be a sensor, fuel pump, injectors, even the gas ur putting.
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The engine is probably not getting any gas from a bad fuel pump. See if any fuel is going through the lines by listening for the fuel pump after the key is turned on or removing the line and see if gas is flowing afer the key is on.
when you say -turn over do you mean firing-turning over to me means the starter motor is cranking or turning over-firing is when combustion happens in the cylinders-as far as the cranking continuing-try some wd40 in the ignition switch-it may be hanging up-Denny
Careful doing this. Disconnect the fuel filter line between the tank and the filter. Have a bucket or equivalent below to catch incomimg gasoline pouring out. Have some one turn the ignition key to on. Do Not Try and turn the key to START!! Just turn the key to the ON position. This will kick in the oil switch to feed gas to the engine for 5 seconds. If gas comes out the pump works. Reconnect the filter and try again. If no start is happening still disconnect the fuel filter's line towards the front of the engine this time. Turn the key ON. If gas comes out the filter is fine. If not the filter is clogged up fully
Sounds like you need to have a new ignition switch installed. Copy & paste this link into your browzer: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/parts/partsShelf.jsp?displayName=Ignition+Switch¤tPage=1&categoryDisplayName=&navValue=16200189&itemId=189-0&parentId=62-0
Hello! This sounds like either a immobiliser problem? or ignition switch fault? Are the batteries o.k. in the fob for alarm/immobiliser if you have one? or when you push the sender into is socket does the red light stop blinking? if not then faulty fob. The back of the ignition switch has a large plastic block when you turn the key all the way the contact fails to make (Possibly worn out) so no power is received from the starter motor solenoid. Hope this helps? Paul 'W' Onyer~EDson(:0)~[>< U.K.