Question about Dodge Neon
Step 1:First you gotta make sure your pump is woking
Step 2:Then make sure your getting juice to the pump. You gotta use a multimeter to make sure your getting voltage.
Step 3:next you check your camshaft sensor.
Step 4:Then your crankshaft sensor
Step 5:and if all else fails ...your pcm has gone bad. you can usually get one relatively cheap at a junk yard.
Posted on Feb 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car wont start, charged battery,
get the car on tow by another car get it to about 30 mph then bump it and as it starts put the clutch down and rev it hard mine did it and it was all the injectors cloged up with fuel
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
Cadillac DeVille no year given
The problem may be caused by the starter relay, fuse, or fusible link. The fuse is easy enough to check.
You can check the fusible link. Sometimes they get corroded or melt and break the circuit.
The starter relay is most likely the problem. Since you did not give a model year.
I can only guest the location of the relay.
Look under the hood on the drivers side, right above the wheel well. Look for a black box. the relays are inside.
If not you can give your model year.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: 98 saturn sl1 won't start
If the problem occurs after the car has been driven long enough to reach normal operating temperature, the problem is the starter. If the 'no crank' occurs cold, retest the battery.
Posted on May 11, 2009
Well you hit all the major ones, could be crank position sensor, ignition module, a bad coil pack (it should have 3), you need to check that you have spark to each plug while the engine is turning over (!!!be careful as this will hurt if you get shocked!!!), this will rule out coil packs. if you have no spark to any plug your looking at a bad ingnition module (which is what the coil packs bolt to). Hope this gets you on the right track!
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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