Talk to your dealer or repair shop about how they accept vehicles that are towed in after hours. Too high could mean that the engine is dragging thick oil or that the starter isn't able to spin freely. I pulled that hose and couldnt Blow air through it. No - Check or replace ground positive cable, and points on the starter where the cable is bolted down. The writer of this how to assumes zero liability in how to use this guide, or any damages that may come from it to you, your property, or others and others property. I continue starting for even up to half an hour eventually idle goes up and start. No - Charge and test the battery.
Edit: thank you everyone it was the relay! Air, again, its tough to not have air, if the engine is turning, you are sucking in some air. When you turn on the key it goes like it's going to start, but the idle remains down. That would also point to engine speed sensor. Timing belt has been changed. On the day the car broke down the 2nd time, heres what happened. Same spot still, but I tried the positive to negative trick, and no dice.
With the proper tools get a ball end Allen socket , it's about a 5 minute job to change. If its turning too slow then whoever has the computer can adjust settings to automatic and it will fix the problem. Get ready for pulling the head, you probably have slightly bent valves. A method I read online. Remove that, and there's a plastic ring holding the whole fuel sending unit to the tank that unscrews. Check Park Relay in Fuse Box No - Manual Transmission Check to make sure clutch depressed to floor. The starter should crank the engine.
Same here with very little money. I got everything from those to everything else in suggestions when in actual fact if u put a magnet near the sender wheel on crank to pick up tiny bit metal from ring gear, u change the sender and it won't start ever. Edit 2: Relay was shot but car still won't start. I was told that before it started having the starting issue that if the engine was warm it could be started by rolling it and popping the clutch. Locked injection pump in place with lock tool that goes through hole in timing gear into a small hole. I've posted a video of trying to start it and photos of the two rails of relays under the drivers side dash. Car started after about 10 seconds.
It sounds expensive, but its actually a huge bargain compared to professional scan tools from Launch, Snap-On, etc. Batteries contain acid, and high current. A serious Thank you to all of you here and in for the help and a major thank you to all of you here! Hooked a vacuum pump up to the injection pump and sucked all air out of fuel lines. . Start with the basics compression. What to do: This will often be coupled with poor heating.
Loosen the fuel pipes on top of the injectors, just a turn or two then crank and see if fuel come out, if not then you know fuel isn't getting to the injectors which could either be electrical or air. Safety glasses should be worn at all times when working with tools and automotive fluids. I did not see any spider cracks on the tappets. I made sure the 2 first lobes made a V. It won't do it 100%, but most of the time.
At first it would crank for as long as i held the key, but then it eventually stopped cranking completely. Drove car for 3 days about 275 miles. I know it isnt the battery because everything else still works. Severe electrical and cheimcial burns may result from imroper battery testing, diagnosis, removal, or service. I believe I blew the fuse after my dome light switch fell out of place.
As far as I can tell it's getting fuel, and when it needs them turned on the glow plugs will work. Drove car to work in the morning 55 miles. These will eventually fail, broken valve head in a cylinder will toast that connecting rod and possibly the cylinder too. Timing belt was replaced about 275 miles ago. It rarely happens in any situation. If you have a 3 injector with the wire going to then the vac pump is just that, it's also a fuel pump but not on that engine. I've swapped it out with the bottom rail 109 relay and it didn't change anything.
On those 2 engines, if you don't have a crank sensor signal, you won't have spark. Car cranks, fuel pump primes when door is open. Cover the fuel line area with a rag because that stream of fuel is powerful. Bet way is to loosen the pipes, have someone crank while the other person tightens the pipes as fuel comes through. Issue: The fans will only blow air on certain settings, not on others.