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Ignition problem turn the key and starter OK > engine wants to start (very very short time) and quits. What gives?

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I's hard to tell from your description what is going on with your vehicle but from what I gather it may be the ignition switch. When it does it again, you'll need a volt meter and someone to give you a hand to check it. Start by having someone hold the key in the start position and start at the starter solenoid checking the voltage.

You know you'll have power from the battery (or you should) but check all sources, 12 volts positive on the big post at solenoid and with the key in the start position 12 volts at the switch side as well. If you are getting 12 volts at the big terminal but not the switch (small) terminal, then start tracking back from there. You can track it back all the way to the ignition switch.

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If you mean a fuse has been blowing when turning to the start position, it is likely there is a short in the starter command cable attached to the solenoid, and probably to the bodywork.

Possibly, if this point is being chaffed, after extended time the section where the short is has broken open.

Check the wiring from the starter and work your way back looking for insulation damage.

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2001 cheve malibu. The Automatic lights, fuel guage, power windows quit working. The radio comes on when you turn off the switch but goes off when you turn it on.


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My jeep won't start. It has power. Recently replaced the battery and connections. It is making a clicking noise when I turn the key.


Hi, the clicking noise you hear is the selenoid in the starter motor not engaging the drive to start the engine all you need to do is replace you starter motor and then you should find you will have no problems starting your car.

Another trick you could try just to get it started is give the starter motor a few hits with a hammer hit it quite hard but not hard enough to break it doing this will usually get it started but dont rely on this being a permanent fix as it could leave you stranded.

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