What are the Causes Behind your Car Won't Start

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At times, you may happen to experience certain problems while starting the car and if it doesn't, then the reason can be a clogged fuel filter, dead battery, failed starter or a malfunctioning ignition chamber. You should see these slides to know more about the causes behind the no-starting condition of your car.

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What are the Causes Behind your Car Won't Start:

What are the Causes Behind your Car Won't Start

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It is frustrating when the car won't start after turning the key several times. Almost all the car owners experience this problem with their car.

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If you found that your car won't start, then make sure that several things in your car go wrong. So, don't need to worry about it.

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Whenever you face this problem in your car, call your local automotive shop or tow your car to a local repair shop to find the issues.

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There are many problems in your car cause starting issues. The following points define all the causes behind the starting issues in your car.

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Clogged fuel filter

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The fuel filter of the car is responsible for improving the performance of the engine by filtering the particulate matter out of the fuel before it enters the engine.

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If the fuel filter of the car is clogged, then the engine won't get enough pure fuel to run. As a result, your car won't start.

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In this case, when you turn the key, you will notice that the engine start to turn, but the lack of enough fuel it is failing to turn over.

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Dead battery

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The battery spends a small portion of its storage for starting the car and get the recharge from the alternator when it moves.

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When the light or any other electrical applications is left on in a off car, then it can drain the battery power and requires a battery start-up.

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In this situation, if you try to start the car, then your engine unable to start the car and require jump-starting of the battery.

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Failed starter

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The starter of the car consist of many parts, but the solenoid is the most common one which relays electric current to the starter motor.

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If you hear a clicking noise in your car, then there is a chance that the solenoid is failed. Instead of it, the failed bushing or bearing also fails the starter.

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When the starter is failed, the headlights will be brighter when the car is off, but dim when you are trying to start the engine.

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Failed ignition chamber

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When the fuel and air injected into the ignition chamber, the spark plug cause the spark to make them ignite to start the car.

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The ignition coil and spark plugs cause the ignition in your engine. If the spark plug is malfunctioned completely, then your car fails to start.

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In this case, when you turn the key, the engine will result in clicking. But the car is trying to start-up because the fuel is not being lit.

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Conclusion

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If the fuel filter is putting a strain on your car, then make sure that your engine is unable to start the car.

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The most effective way is to diagnose the issues by managing them proactively and recognizing their signs.

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