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Car was working fine and then the car would not start. Checked the battery and fully charged. Tried to start again and it started. Turned off car and nothing again. Not even a cranking sound!

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  • Anonymous Oct 06, 2008

    Left lights on and drained battery -- replaced with brand new battery hooked everything back up exactly as was and nothing happens no lights -- nothing

    Could it be solenoid

  • phx_bl0nde Oct 09, 2008

    Have the same issue at hand --- "Car was working fine and then the car would not start. Checked the
    battery and fully charged. Tried to start again and it started. Turned
    off car and nothing again. Not even a cranking sound!" Got it started this morning by pushstarting it and driving it home was rough throughout 2nd, 3rd, and 4th gears. Very jumpy/bumpy and did NOT feel right at all - trying to show the car today so I need help ASAP

  • youngcarolyn Dec 04, 2008

    2002 isuzu rodeo i have put about four fuel pump on this vechile and it run fine and all of a sudden it start back fireing and losing power this is the same problem i had when i change the fuel pump

  • eyzhu Dec 07, 2008

    Car was working fine and suddenly today< I could not start, I finally get it started by keep the key in the start position for much longer time

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    Very cold temps; door froze. Tried to open door but couldn't open even after spraying WD40; next day milder temps, door opened and appeared to have been opened slightly. Battery dead, dead, dead. Attempted to jump but person connecting cables reversed them on dead car because the polarities are in opposite position, even though same make of battery. Clicking noise when turning key so put on battery charger; tried again; Stopped clicking and cranks but engine does not "turn over". Checked fuel pump fuse.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Car started but when I turned it off and tried starting it again wouldn't crank over. Battery and fuses are good.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    As describe above



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Depending of the type of car, and the starting system, you could have up to two starter solenoids on your vehicle. These components sent current to the starter during ignition but your problem sounds like the solenoid or even some of the connections throughout the starting system.(Starter motor, Ground strap, Pos+ cable from battery to solenoid.)

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I had this problem, where my car was perfectly fine. At first ignition, it wouldnt start up and then it would have problems switching gears. It would stall on me, if I stopped at a red light (Automatic Transmission). I towed the car to Toyota Dealership. The problem is faulty computer in 2006 Toyota Corolla models. They fixed it free of charge because my Toyota was under warranty. Hope it helps

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