Car wont Start in the morning.

Jay

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Found one..

Make sure your pins are connected like this is. Use the securing tab for reference.

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Jay

Admin
That's three wires:

Brown
Green with a black stripe
Yellow with green dashes

Just a case of joining them up to the three pins.

Hope that helps,

Jay
 

nisala4423

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thank you so much guys.. but my car still hard to start in the morning.. any help ? which sensor do i need to replace
 

nisala4423

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my fan is always working because my fan switch is not working. fan has direct power. my mechanic said that the 3 pin sensor is working fine . but the car wont start in the morning its hard to start
 

Jay

Admin
In that case I'd imagine the coolant temp sensor can ruled out.

Would be worth fitting a new fan switch to get the fan working properly though.

You getting any fault codes?
 

nisala4423

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In that case I'd imagine the coolant temp sensor can ruled out.

Would be worth fitting a new fan switch to get the fan working properly though.

You getting any fault codes?
no no codes. some guy told me that sometimes dizzy cap centre contact get stuck causing it to no start. is that true
 

Jay

Admin
Worth a check.

Two 8mm bolts hold the cap on. Take it off and inspect the centre pin. Also the 4 tips on the cap itself can wear out so give them a look too.

You might find the rotor arm is worn too. They can crack with age.

Replacements aren't too expensive.

Never seen it affected by temperature before though.
 

nisala4423

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Worth a check.

Two 8mm bolts hold the cap on. Take it off and inspect the centre pin. Also the 4 tips on the cap itself can wear out so give them a look too.

You might find the rotor arm is worn too. They can crack with age.

Replacements aren't too expensive.

Never seen it affected by temperature before though.
il replace the fan sensor. and will check everything . then il give a update. thank you so much for your help
 
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Jay

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Hey there, yes that can cause issues if the ECU isn't seeing that signal.

Best test is that the vehicle starts both hot and cold and there are no fault codes logged for the cooling system.
 
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