A family member of mine took car to a cheap mechanic shop to get the clutch replaced.
Apparently the clutch was replaced successfully, but the car will not start.
The lights work, dash lights come on etc, and the engine tries cranking however the vehicle does not start.
I am thinking it may be the PNP switch is unplugged or not plugged correctly because in the clutch replacement process it is one of the only sensors that gets tampered with that would prevent the car from starting after replacing the clutch.
I may also look into the inertia switch, maybe the wannabe mechanics dropped something?
Apparently the vehicle started just fine before going into the shop.
I would like to know if there is anything that would prevent the car from starting that I may be missing? I am getting the car from this family member for free if I can get it to start. However, I am in another state and I need a list of things to check when I get there.
have the same problem?
Sunday, April 10th, 2016 AT 8:32 AM