Date: 8 Dec 1998 06:57:49 GMT
From: "Harrie van Dijk" <icu08140nopsamnet.nl>
Subject: Re: HELP, Not sure what is wrong!


If all the electrics are working exept for the new starter you might want to check the wiring to the starter. One of mine used to start it self, espescially when windy. Turned out the had put the cables across the exhaust cusing the insulation to melt. somethimes the car wouldn't start either altough erveything else worked. Guy who sold this one to me had the starter changed by off. dealership that probably was in a hurry. Harrie __ element __ <elementnopsam.com> wrote in article <element-0812980102550001nopsamc-ppp15.monmouth.com>... > Here's the scenario; > > Car: 87' 900 Turbo 16v 5spd > Situation: Just got a new starter, new battery, new spark plugs... car > was running sweet! > After a long run on the Garden State Parkway my > alternator belts went. > The place it got towed to replaced the belts, however, > on the drive home > I realized something fishy with all the electrical > components. > When I got home I pulled in the driveway, turned the > car off, then decided to > restart the car. When I went to turn the > key....NOTHING! Headlights, radio, > power windows, etc. worked, ...but no ignition. WHY??? > > What on earth could be wrong now? Unless it's the alternator itself, > what else in the engine > could it be? I have an obvious feeling it has something to do with > the ignition itself but don't > know enough about it to fix it myself without some sort of direction > or instruction, but I don't > want to get screwed by some rip-off mechanic and pay an arm and a leg. > I have the Hayes > manual for my model but half of it still looks like Chinese to me anyway. > > Any suggestions or helpful info would be GREATLY appreciated. > Mark > msisomnopsamouth.com > > -- > "May the evil spirits become confused > on the way to your house" > -George Carlin >

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