! It will then kick the auto shut down relay and… I am having this same problem. Quote: Verify that the in-tank fuel pump works. It was a internal fault in the key switch. I tried it about 7 times! Any vacuum leak, even intake manifold or throttle body gasket, will cause an engine stall right after starting. In January it started having starting problems. I hooked another car battery up to my car battery and attempted to start the car. The dealer previously replaced the mass air flow system due to the check engine indicator illuminating, but the failure persisted.
Apr 27, 2009 Yes, it's called a lamp fault code. Still had same starting problems. I don't have 91 Sable. The technician stated that the throttle body needed to be replaced. Since that time vehicle has had same issue over 10 times.
After researching the fault online figured the fault was caused by cranking the engine for so long without it starting. The problem went away and shortly came back a week later. Strangely enough, if I bang the starter and solenoid with a hammer a few times the car will start right up. Mar 16, 2017 Great I'm glad to hear you got it fixed. All this I have done. Customer was hoping that it was caused from the crank sensor that we replaced the year before for a similar no-start issue.
Here is the amp draw pattern on the scope after replacing the fuel pump:. If I continue to try and start the car, sometimes it will try to crank but fail, while other times it will not attempt to crank at all. The warning seems to be when the interior light does not come on which means the switch is acting up; the fuel system is at a low pressure will cause a no start. Let me know what you find. You could use an l.
Since the engine light is on, I cannot pass inspection. I guess I should ask them again. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed the water pump needed to be replaced. Prior to this failure that the vehicle had experienced leaking. In my case, the car always so far starts first thing in the morning. Left car at work and next day started troubleshooting fuel malfunction.
I have the same problem and have had with all of my Jetta's. You should be able to hear and feel the fuel pump running. I do not think it is the battery, since the symptoms exist even when my battery is out of the circuit. So during the substitute fuel check, in case the fuel pump was pumping a small amount of fuel I unplugged the fuel pump. Thanks for all the helpful advice.
If its not working now then your cursed, seek a witch doctor. If I figure it out I will let you know. Could someone help lead me in the right direction to fix this? It's been constant with the no start problem. If your last 3 doors works fine it's mean that problem is only in your drivers side. I think the gear inside the starter is jamming and the hammer helps to free it up. Even if it seems unrelated? While driving down road early in morning approx 2 miles from house I just left from my 2004 Jetta shuts down total loss of all power I pulled car over in a church parking lot I smelled smoke and could see smoke coming from fire wall I raised hood and pulled battery cable off I could see smpoke filling inside of my car walked around to driver door to get my phone and I seen fuse box on fire.
I have done a lot of investigation and cleaning up the module and the contacts, cleared the codes, and my problem is still there. But there is a wire from the battery box to the starter that has wear spots where it rubbed against the frame. The speed sensor fault is the one constant along with a cylinder 4 glow plug fault. If a crank or cam sensor fails, the engine will not start. Don't know if you guys have a lot of squirrels there but here in Chicago they are known to chew on wires. .