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Check the coolant temp sensor and wiring. Make sure it can make good contact at the connector.

Ford IKON Cars &... | Answered 6 minutes ago

the circle with the line thru it is that it's telling you there is a problem with the evap air source. Open the panel and take a peek.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 7 minutes ago

Did you disconnect the battery, or did it go flat?

You need to reset the anti-theft system.

flat battery?

Ford E350 Cars &... | Answered 11 minutes ago

If you're sure the engine is running cool enough check the fuel pressure, low fuel pressure can vapor lock if the engine is hot enough the gas will boil. The boiling point of 87 octane is 181 degrees Fahrenheit although gas is constantly being returned to the tank in order to cool the fuel rail low pressure will not return enough leaving room in the rail for gas to boil. Ignition coils are also known to break down when hot. I hope this helps. Take care.

1997 Lincoln... | Answered 12 minutes ago

Yes, as long as you are talking about amps and not volts.

2005 Mazda 6 | Answered 23 minutes ago

My Chevy Impala is a 2009 and it's doing the same thing the radio the windows all of that works but when I try to turn the key it just makes a click sound and it won't start when I try to jump start it so I let it sit for a day and the next day it worked when I try to start it I went to the store and ran some errands I started it like 10 times and then all of a sudden it did it again it was a short in the starter wires when I when hit a bump the starter wires would touch

2008 Chevrolet... | Answered 27 minutes ago

Did the new engine run before you installed it? If it did, check if you are getting fuel and the check if you are getting spark, the final thing the engine needs is air. Also check you engine to frame grounds!!Very important!!

Isuzu Cars &... | Answered 40 minutes ago

I don't get what you're saying. Is it a replacement engine? Are you having trouble locating the ignition coil when you say the engine doesn't have a coil? What engine is it? Has it ever had a tune-up? Plugs and wires are a good place to start. Use comment to answer and it will show up in my email. Take care.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 42 minutes ago

Just for fun try unhooking your negative battery cable for a couple minutes to do a reset or reboot .

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered 50 minutes ago

You will need to get the codes read and most likely you'll need to go to a dealer or someone who has read through capabilities on their code scanner. ( a more complex device than the cheap ones via ebay or amazon)

Cars & Trucks | Answered 59 minutes ago

There is a relay that energizes and controls the gear that engages and disengages the starter. Either the relay has gone bad (meaning new started unless you can just replace the relay) or the wiring energizing the relay (in the ignition switch) has failed. In either case, it'd be a replacement scenario.

The ignition switch usually has a "starter" mode when you turn the key all the way clockwise. Normally, when you let go of the key, the key will return to the "run" mode as the ignition switch is spring loaded. If it is returning (counterclockwise one step), then the internals of the switch may be bad and it's not disconnecting the starter circuit when out of the "Start" mode. If this is an older car, I'd figure out how to test the ignition switch first.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago

You really need to be more specific

Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago

This would be the shift linkage bushing, very common. When switching through the gears, the gear selector lights in the dash probably don't move from P.

2003 GMC Envoy | Answered 1 hour ago

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