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Try spraying some starting fluid into the intake mainfold via the air intake or a vacuum line ..if it starts you have a fuel pump / delivery system problem .If no start an ingition fault
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
What took place prior to this problem appearing?
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: vw polo car wont start
try disconecting the coolant temp sensor and then try, it may be faulty, also check the hall sender unit in the distributor, if it has one, the centre pin should be the signal wire if no pulse is present the sensor is faulty
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
The most common reason for this is a blown fuse, so using your vehicle owners book locate and check the fuse first. (if you don't have one then buy a Haynes manual for your car, the cost will pay for itself with the first repair you do). Modern automotive fuses not only have the current rating clearly marked numerically, but are colour coded and the fuses are designed so that you can easily see if they're blown when you pull them out to check. Most modern vehicle fuseboxes have a few spare fuses included and often have a small plastic tool to assist with pulling them out.
Normally a blown fuse needs further investigation as they should only fail if there's been a problem which would otherwise cause fire or other damage, but if wipers are operated inappropriately then it can cause enough load to blow the fuse. Sometimes the wiper spindles can become worn allowing water to get in and corrode the internal parts; this will cause the spindles to bind or even seize up and also cause the wiper motor to draw sufficient current to blow the fuse.
Inappropriate use includes operating the wipers when the screen is dry, trying to use them to clear snow, ice or debris, operating them if the blades or arms are damaged.
If your problem turns out to be more than a straightforward blown fuse then please add a comment to my answer and I'll try to give you more specific advice. If my answer has solved your problem then please return the favour by rating my answer.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
The solenoid is mounted on the starter (on top). See my tips at http://www.fixya.com/cars/r5821173-doesnt_car_start_gasoline_engines
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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