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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: the car won't start; lights,
Check the starter and the starter relay or fuse. A client of mines car was doing the same thing, it ended up being two issues, the starter not working anymore, and a relay that was bad. If I am not mistaken everything should be labeled in the fuse box under the hood and will tell you where the fuse/ relay is for your vehicle
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
Find the Iginition relay or coil, and check all fuses and connections, and buy check i mean dont just jiggle them, apart and spary some dw 40 or electric greese in them, but the first thing you should do, is find the location of the fuel relay, then check the connections on it, relays dont fail, the coneting rods fail. But if there is another electrical problem , you could always crack the relay oper carfully with a screw driver and manually make the connection your self. the only thing that is in there is a little electromagnetic switch , you could push it on with your finger.
Posted on Nov 29, 2011
more then likely its a bad starter. or the cable to starter.
Posted on Jan 17, 2012
many things will cause no start problems could have faulty ignition switch.use test light see if power going to starter if not check ignition fuse to starter.if power going to starter, more likely starter solenoid or starter faulty.if ignition fuse okay and starter and solenoid okay still no start problem could be in the ignition switch or inhibitor switch faulty.code scan for faulty theft security system which will also cause no start conditions.
Posted on Oct 22, 2012
How about the start solinoid? Try jumping the large terminals with a large screw driver and see if it turns over if so make sure there is 12 volts on the coil of the soinoid when you turn the key, if so replace the solinoid.
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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