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Car will not start no lights or fan or radio new starter and batterie

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Check all your fuses. Something is prob blown.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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check the main wire from the battery to the starter 1st if it is ok remove the starter and take it to any major parts store and them retest it on a bench machine (they do it free)

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SOURCE: New charged battery in 2004 Mountaineer, but it won't start.

check the fuse

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SOURCE: Car died, lights on dash flicker on and off as well as radio

Battery failed.Or alternator problem.Recharge the battery then try..If red light is sill on when car is running then the alternator needs replacing

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: car wont start has power has fuel and starter

The security system is activated. It kills the injector pulse ( signal) and on some modles the starter. You will need to try to relearn the system. First try to start the car, leave the key in the run position for 10 minutes. Cycle the key off, then cycle it to the run position again for 10 more minutes. Cycle it off again, then back to run for another 10 min. after the last cycle turn it off then try to start the car. It is a 30 minute relearn. If this does not work you will need a repair shop to replace the passlock sensor. Good Luck

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 BMW 525i. Car will not start or turn over.

I had the same problem, after having the car towed to four Seasons, it was discovered that the electrical portion of the ignition switch was defective. Works like a charm. Part number 61 32 8 356 026 Hope this will help.

Posted on Nov 16, 2010

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