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現在のバージョン作成者: Jeff Suovanen (投票の詳細) ,

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Check in the engine compartment fuse box, it should be near the battery under the hood.  The cover should be pretty easy to remove.  The fuel pump should be connected through a fuse in slot 48.  If that fuse [https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-check-fuses-by-rocco-lovetere|looks good],  then you may want to check the fuel pump relay (also inside the engine compartment fuse box).  The fuel pump relay is #18 in the fuse box.  Start with the car off, and have somebody else put the key in the cars ignition and attempt to start the car while you listen to the relay.  If you can hear this relay make a "clicking" noise as the car attempts to start, then it is working properly.

If this doesn't solve the problem, make sure that the engine is actually turning when you attempt to start it.  If you can hear the starter motor turning but the engine isn't turning (look at the belt) then the starter may not be engaging (in your car I believe this means that you must replace the whole starter).  You can remove and test your starter to confirm [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PWG6Il_ZJI|whether or not the solenoid is engaging the starter].

Aside from those two things, you may want to look at some of the other fuses/relays associated with starting the car.  If you tell me which engine your car has I can give you more things to try.

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編集者: iRobot ,

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Check in the engine compartment fuse box, it should be near the battery under the hood.  The cover should be pretty easy to remove.  The fuel pump should be connected through a fuse in slot 48.  If that fuse [https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-check-fuses-by-rocco-lovetere|looks good],  then you may want to check the fuel pump relay (also inside the engine compartment fuse box).  The fuel pump relay is #18 in the fuse box.  Start with the car off, and have somebody else put the key in the cars ignition and attempt to start the car while you listen to the relay.  If you can hear this relay make a "clicking" noise as the car attempts to start, then it is working properly.

If this doesn't solve the problem, make sure that the engine is actually turning when you attempt to start it.  If you can hear the starter motor turning but the engine isn't turning (look at the belt) then the starter may not be engaging (in your car I believe this means that you must replace the whole starter).  You can remove and test your starter to confirm [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PWG6Il_ZJI|whether or not the solenoid is engaging the starter].

Aside from those two things, you may want to look at some of the other fuses/relays associated with starting the car.  If you tell me which engine your car has I can give you more things to try.

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オリジナル投稿者: Chris Green ,

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Check in the engine compartment fuse box, it should be near the battery under the hood.  The cover should be pretty easy to remove.  The fuel pump should be connected through a fuse in slot 48.  If that fuse [https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-check-fuses-by-rocco-lovetere|looks good],  then you may want to check the fuel pump relay (also inside the engine compartment fuse box).  The fuel pump relay is #18 in the fuse box.  Start with the car off, and have somebody else put the key in the cars ignition and attempt to start the car while you listen to the relay.  If you can hear this relay make a "clicking" noise as the car attempts to start, then it is working properly.

If this doesn't solve the problem, make sure that the engine is actually turning when you attempt to start it.  If you can hear the starter motor turning but the engine isn't turning (look at the belt) then the starter may not be engaging (in your car I believe this means that you must replace the whole starter).  You can remove and test your starter to confirm [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PWG6Il_ZJI|whether or not the solenoid is engaging the starter].

Aside from those two things, you may want to look at some of the other fuses/relays associated with starting the car.  If you tell me which engine your car has I can give you more things to try.

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