Bought car yesterday from dealer and drove for a few hours in it. parked on drive fro 4 hours came to start it but wont,central locking and lights work and interior lights also work, can you suggest a solution
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intermittents are sometimes hard to diagnose out !! and this seems as one , im curious though what made them wiggle the relays and fuses ?? was there a previous problem there ?? depending on year of manufacture of car , is weather or not the cars own pcu can help diagnose what made car stop , as later models "remember " what there last condition was that shut off engine , of course this requires diagnostic equipment to see this info that typically car owners don't own , but a qualified service tech does and knows how to use it to find your problem
My immobiliser keeps flashing until I put the key in the ignition and then it stops. Normally changing key batteries has a period that if the battery is changed inside that time (say 5 minutes) then the key program will not loose memory Run fault codes to see if there is a problem in the electronics. Otherwise you may have to take the car to the dealer to have the key reprogrammed to the cpu in the car
THE NEXT STEP IS ,( WHEN IT DOES NOT START), CHECK TO SEE IF IT IS : NO-SPARK, OR NO-FUEL CONDITION THIS WILL LEAD YOU TO THE NEXT STEP. YOU MUST HAVE THREE THINGS TO RUN. SPARK, FUEL & COMPRESSION. HOPE THIS HELPS MOTOR62500..
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
Check the heavy duty cables from the battery to the starter motor and solenoid and also the battery earthing (grounding?) - there terminals could be corroded / burned.
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