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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: exchanging infiniti j30 parts
I've only had experience with struts, running lights, trunk gaskets and various under-hood brackets; so far everything has been interchangeable. It may not look EXACTLY the same, but it fits. Hope it helps!
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: Vehicle Won't Start
The solution to this problem was simple, embarrasing and frustrating. The dome light was left on, and discharged the battery....enough to prevent the ignition from firing apparently. I did not suspect this, because the starter would turn the engine over very well, for a long time, and would do this repeatedly. In all my experience, I have never seen an engine spin that well and not start. According to the dealer, the voltage was too low for the ignition to work. While I do not know the exact threshhold where the voltage is too low to crank, I could have detected the condition by checking the voltage at the battery while cranking. It should have been significantly below 12 volts, indicating a low battery. The tow truck driver who picked it up simply used a portable battery to jump it off and cranked it with no problem. The symptom of the starter continuing to run after releasing the key is new technology with computerized controls, and is normal nowdays. You don't really notice this because the engine usually fires so quickly that it is undetectable.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
Hi, Check and make sure the starter relay is not sticking. If it is not, then the bendix in the starter is probably bad or not shimmed properly. You can check the starter when you remove it, be careful of the torque. Good Luck to you. Hope this Fixsya!
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: I have a kia serento
Inside a key for your car there is a small RFID chip that holds the authorisation code for the immobilizer. This is a chip that is powered by the antenna in the contact switch - there is no battery in the key. If the antenna has a bad contact it will not generate enough power so the chip inside the can't be powered enough to send the authorisation code back to the antenna and from there to the immobilizer.
You will need to remove the shrouds on the steering shaft and inspect the contacts to the ignition key - in the worst case scenario the ignotion key hub and its antenna will have to be replaced. This is a very complicated job that can be done only by a very experienced mechanic - you will have to take the car to a dealer's repair shop.
Posted on Sep 11, 2011
Have you checked the automatic shut down relay ?
It powers the injectors from a 20amp fuse number 5.
Posted on Aug 03, 2012
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