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I have a omega climate he100 when turn on at thermostat I hear the the fan start and the click of igniter the will not start it keeps on repeat these action please help if you can !

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SOURCE: 1997 toyota tacoma ignition clicking

what engine size and transmission, automatic or stick shift do you have in this truck?

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SOURCE: 1997 Honda Passport. Merely a ''click'' when turning ignition

check your battery teminals are tight allso check the battery has power init by turning lights on could

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SOURCE: lincoln ls 2001 wont start. Lights, air and radio

The problem is there is somewhere fitted an immobiliser. This may have been over-ridden when you bought the vehicle, but because of a short or another fault it has become active again. If you know the person you bought the car from ask them, if not you'll have to call out ann auto electrician. Good Luck. Dave.

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please check your battery condition.
clicking sound you hear is from the magnetic switch ***'y of the starter.
no lights & stuck ignition key is caused by a low power or bad battery.
hope this may help.

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SOURCE: My 2006 Jeep Liberty won't start or turn over all I keep hearing is this click sound when I turn the ignition , Plus I just replaced the battery........What shall I check next?

check your starter,better yet has your alarm system been activated and possibly shut down your car a passive alarm will do that

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1. Re-enter back into the climate control panel and after all the codes display the display will stop at PCM?

2. Push and release the FAN UP (^) button on the climate control panel and you will see PCM DATA?

3. Keep pushing and releasing the FAN DOWN (v) button until you see PCM CLEAR CODES?

4. Push and release the FAN UP (^) button and you will see PCM CODES CLEAR?

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6. Push and release the FAN DOWN (v) button and you will see IPC?

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8. Keep pushing and releasing the FAN DOWN (v) button until you see IPC CLEAR CODES?

9. Push and release the FAN UP (^) button and you will see IPC CODES CLEAR?

10. Wait 5 seconds and then keep pushing the OFF button until you see PCM?

11. keep Pushing and releasing the FAN DOWN (v) button and you will see ACP?

12. Push and release the FAN UP (^) button on the climate control panel and you will see ACP DATA?

13. Keep pushing and releasing the FAN DOWN (v) button until you see ACP CLEAR CODES?

14.Push and release the FAN UP (^) button and you will see ACP CODES CLEAR?

15. Wait 5 seconds and then keep pushing the OFF button until you see PCM?

16. keep Pushing and releasing the FAN DOWN (v) button and you will see SIR?

17. Push and release the FAN UP (^) button on the climate control panel and you will see SIR DATA?

18. Keep pushing and releasing the FAN DOWN (v) button until you see SIR CLEAR CODES?

19. Push and release the FAN UP (^) button and you will see SIR CODES CLEAR?

20. Wait 5 seconds and then keep pushing the OFF button until you see PCM?


21. Push the AUTO button to get out of diagnostics.

22. Turn ignition OFF for 15 seconds.

23. Re-enter diagnostics and see if any history codes re-appear.



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