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Will not start

Has power,but will not crank

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    1994 ford Taurus will not start not even crank,lights work fine.even when trying to start cleaned up battry cables.no start

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Replace your solenoid and starter

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No power in dash or light

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I have aa 2007 chev her with 2.22 liter some of the fuses don't get power and some do on the fuse box block under hood everything to start and run car is dead


2007 Chevy her ? HHR ? 2.2L 4cylinder , check the run/crank relay ! Relay # 51 in the under hood fuse/relay box.
Power to many of this vehicle?€™s circuits are controlled by the module that is designated the power mode master (PMM). This vehicle?€™s PMM is the body control module (BCM). The PMM controls which power mode (Run, Accessory, Crank, Retained Accessory Power, or Off) is active.
Run/Crank Relay The run/crank relay control circuit is connected to a constant ground and is switched by the ignition 1 circuit or the body control module (BCM). The BCM, will in lieu of the ignition switch position, activate the Run/Crank relay during a remote start event. The Run/Crank relay supplies a power signal to the following circuits, when the a Run or Crank power mode is selected:
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Automatic transmission shift indicator


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Automatic transmission (A/T)


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Switched power feeds to the BCM


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Electronic brake control module (EBCM)


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Electronic ignition module (spark control)


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Electronic power steering module (EPS)


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Fuel injectors


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Powertrain control module (PCM)


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Park neutral position (PNP) switch

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2003 chevy silverado 5.3 will crank but not start and has no power to the pcm1 fuse


What make vehicle ? You need to find a power distribution chart an see where that fuse gets it power . Some vehicles have a relay that powers up the vehicle . ford has power hold relay , gm on some models has a run / crank relay , Chrysler has ASD - auto shut down relay , Asian vehicles have a main relay etc... But as long as there is no power to the PCM it's not going to start !

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No power to fuel pump


power as in measured 12vdc power? or it dont buzz. power.
most all, cars, and trucks, no year stated.?
the pump can only run ,cranking or running engine.
some you get fuel prime for 3 seconds, only key on.
so if you check the pump it WILL Be dead. no 12vdc (by design)
so crank it.
rules if the road.
the PCM will cut fuel if it thinks spark is bad. (and others ,ask)
so fueling is last.
unless the pump is dead cranking, is it dead cranking?
dead means , either no 12vdc to pump cranking or pressure is too low cranking.

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No power going to ignition control module, what would cause this?


Yes, the pink wire to the ICM and from the run/crank relay should have battery voltage in run or start. If not, check fuse 11, a 10 amp fuse in the Fuse Block-Underhood. Also check fuses 38- a 30 amp fuse supplying power to the run/crank relay, and fuse 9- a 10 amp fuse between the run/crank relay and the ECM. All of these fuses are in the underhood fuse block.
Fuse 38-the 30 amp fuse, the power feed for the run/crank relay- will be hot at all times. Fuses 9 and 11 will be hot in run or start. Check for power at the fuses. If the relay is not turning on and sending power to those fuses and to the ICM, and the ECM, (and to the injectors through fuse 16 - a 10 amp fuse), then work back to the ignition switch and the body control module. Wish I didn't have to say that, but yes, the BCM is between the ignition switch and the run/crank relay.
Good luck, Michael.

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Hi can any1 help me with my nissan sentra problem?my car just shut off while driving and lost power be for it shut completely off tried to crank it back up but it didn't start sprayed some starter


Crank shaft sensors often fail without triggering a code. But in its early stages, a check engine light may be on. Symtoms of a bad crank sensor are: poor acceleration ( lack of power ) rough idle, ETC. sometimes you may be able to start it normally, and other times it takes 3 or more times. If the check engine light is on take it to a auto parts store and thy can read the code for free. To tell if that's the problem. God-Bless!

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My neon wont crank over at all.i got power every where else


Are you saying the engine will not crank, or cranks but will not start ?
If it will not crank, you have a 30amp fuse that powers the ignition switch and the starter relay.
You would need to find out if that fuse has power and if you have power at the starter relay.
If it cranks, the first thing to check is the ASD relay.

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Olds 307 Belt Diagram


307's have a unusual routing, it's easy to get confused.

From back to front:
1) Crank - Water Pump - Air Conditioning
2) Crank - Power Steering - Water Pump
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(1-groove P/S):Water Pump - Alternator
(2-groove P/S):Crank - Power steering - Alternator - Water pump
4) Crank - Air Pump

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My 96 dodge neon has no power to the igniton coil, and no cranking volts at the coil connector.


Th coil is powered by the auto shutdown relay which gets power from fuse 21 in the power distribution center. There will only be power for a second or two or anytime the engine is cranking. This same power is supplied to the fuel injectors. Check to see if there is power to the injectors on the dark green with orange wire while cranking the engine. If there is double check power to the coil on the dark green with orange wire with the engine cranking.

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