I want to jump my car, but afraid of cracking block
I have a Toyota Celica GTS that won't start probably due to inactivity in the cold...any problems with jumping and using it...I don't want to crack the block or anything like that if it's too cold to operate.
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You may want to check your motor mounts. If the mounts are broken or just too old they will cause the engine to have excessive vibration your notice also when shifting to drive or reverse it will feel like the vehicle jumps. replacing the mounts will help if they are damaged or may be that the vehicle needs a tune up.
The heater control panel needs to be removed and connections re-soldered. Common problem - the solder joints crack over time and the heater will default to the cold setting. At www.st162.net we have the DIY fix posted with photos. Cheers
Because ur lights ar eon when u turn the ignition key doesn't necessarily mean the battery has juice. It probably does to do those things, but it probably doesn't have the cranking amps to send to the starter so that it can turn over the engine. But if the battery is good, it means that ur starter is not working properly, because u said that the engine isn't turning ove. Try tapping the starter a bit and c wut happens. Sometimes it works. If unsure, consult with an auto-electrician. This is definelty an elcetrical probelm
When you add something like a CAI, you change the dynamics of the engine. The computer is constantly monitoring the fuel, air, heat, etc ratios. You are playing with years and years of engineering that went into the car. You will probably need to get the computer reprogrammed to accomidate the modification.