Isuzu Amigo 1994 Many Key-click To Start Engine


LOGICMASTER2003
02-08-2004, 04:27 AM
HI HI HI

Car = suzu Amigo 94 (2 wheel drive)
Mileage = 103,000 miles.
Battery = 1 year old
Problem = STARTING

Current TEMPORARY solution = turning the key many many times , about 4 shot/seconds, in order to 'start' the engine.

Please suggest any PERMANENT solution. Thanks

LOGICMASTER2003
02-09-2004, 11:45 AM
how come nobody replied yet ?
please give me any suggestions.

Thanks again :)

barteldt
02-11-2004, 04:17 AM
positive wire on the starter is loose or coroded .. mine did thid for a couple of years i was able to just loosen the nut and move the wire around a little and it would be fine for several months finally the conncting got so bad that the post stripped out and it wouldnt tighten up. just try loosening it up and cleaning up the connection

LOGICMASTER2003
02-11-2004, 07:14 PM
Barteldt... Thank you so much in taking your time to reply. I will try that. Thanks again my son :)

LOGICMASTER2003
02-27-2004, 06:53 PM
H E L P !!! H E L P !!! H E L P !!!

i checked there was 53 people who viewed this but so far only ONE person replied :(

i seriously need help....

This is intermittent.. everytime I click on the ignition key.. i hear the SOLENOID CLICKING.. but the engine does not engage until I CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK in rapid succession.

This could be the STARTER ? where do you think STARTER is located on isuzu amigo 94 2.6 Liter engine ? Can I see it as soon as i open up the hood ??

damonymo
03-10-2008, 03:00 PM
Mine was doing the same thing. If you have the origional starter in it you might need to replace it. I tried all and that was the problem.

Philscbx
03-31-2008, 12:38 AM
The original poster probably died waiting 3 years.
They must live a a deserted Island.
How nuts can some people be and not stop while it's running, at a service facility?

jgeary
03-25-2009, 10:21 AM
The original poster probably died waiting 3 years.
They must live a a deserted Island.
How nuts can some people be and not stop while it's running, at a service facility?

How nuts can some people be and think that everyone can afford to go to a "service facility"?

Philscbx
03-26-2009, 08:16 AM
How nuts can some people be and think that everyone can afford to go to a "service facility"?The point is to stop and look where you have a chance of survival vs in the middle of no where.

In Nowhere world, it's going to cost deadly for the pocket if it's forced to be towed, ticketed, and just plain stupid stranded.

That's the picture hidden in the logic.

At a truck stop or what ever, the need for a channel lock plier is maybe all it takes. No money was spent.

One just needs to ask,
it's not going to happen by some ancient magic.

Here's a tip,
No cash, don't chance the tour and safety of others in iffy transport.
So the can 't afford really means don't go.

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