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2004 KIA RIO-ENGINE WILL NOT CRANK

ALL POWER OK. DASH INDICATORS LIGHT. FUEL PUMP PRIMES FOR 2-3 SECONDS. BATTERY HAS JUICE (LIGHTS, RADIO, ETC OK)
WILL NOT CRANK..

STARTED INTERMITENT; EVERY WEEK OR SO.
NOW NOTHING.
IGNITION SWITCH? LOCK OUT ON TRANS? STARTER?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    is the security light on, do the starter make any noise?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    dash lights and Radio stays on and will not crank on 2004 Gmc Yukon

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    battery ok starter checked ok ing, switch ok nothing when ignition swich turned no starter lights etc work fuel pump primes no starter?

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I would guess starter fuse first, then starter. When you turn key, if you don't hear a click, you should focus your attention on the fuse first and then the starter. If you hear a click, then most likely (80%) its the starter solenoid. try to start the car in neutral to rule out the neutral safety switch...good luck

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