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I have an automatic astra which wont start

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I have a 2000 opel astra,serviced starter ,fitted again,now car start but switch off again,and then wont start immidiate again,please help


Sounds like the wires may not be hooked correctly on the starter; maybe one was left off. Or you may have blown the fuseable link in the cable. Check all the connections to verify they are correct, then verify there is power reaching the starter to verify the fuseable link isn't blown.

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Opel Astra 2005 1.6 tiptronic automatic won't start


Help my astra 1.6 automatic won't start.broke down this morn it won't tow anywhere it seems be stuck , on the desplay it says a4 flashes N then goes to -- ! There is ecu coming up and engine managment and a car with a spanner :/ what could it be please

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`1998 GMC SONOMA WONT START WITH KEY ON CLUTCHPUSH IN STARTER OKBUT MOTOR TURN OVER


clutch safety switch bad. may be bad wire/fuse. shld be located on the clutch pedal normally kind of square to oblong box type switch abt inch and half long.you can unplug it, and place a jumper wire in the plug terminals and if it starts then you know its the switch (note: it works the same as a nuetral safety switch on an automatic)

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Wont start, clicking and all dash lights on. relpaced starter no go.


check the starter and ignition fuse. starter fuse is located in the fuse box in your engine bay, ignition fuse is located in the kick panel which is right under your steering wheel.

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2009 Astra, automatic, starts, wont shift out of park, just clicks. is it a fuse? something easy to fix?


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If it will turn over, and not start, you are missing either fuel or spark...Those need to be checked. (No fuel doesn't automatically mean bad fuel pump, as injectors need to "fire" the fuel.)
If it won't turn over, or clicks, and your battery is good, it might be the starter motor.

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Car wont start, put in new battery new terminals check fuses. have lights but it dosent kick over


If it is an automatic, try starting in Neutral.If that works than it is a bad Neutral start switch-- which is located in the transmission shift lever.
If it is a stick shift than it could be the clutch switch, whish is located on the clutch pedal.
Or if all that does not make a difference, check the starter relay,located in the fuse/relay box in the engine compartment.
If the relay is good than you are left with abad starter.

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Car won't turn over, has power to dash from ignition


ignition switch. the one in the column where the key goes into. not exactly an easy replacement due to the airbag location as sometimes the mount screrws for the key switch retainer will be between the wheel and the column assembly requiring the wheel to be removed.

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