A least the car was not driving by itself yet!Or maybe somebody who passed away come back to get his car back, do you think dead people drive car in hell :twisted: or heaven probably not the last one :D
sorry for the joke, to be serious:
Relay often develop corrosion on contacts with can cause problems with either power feed to the controlled device/system or activating the relay. Many relays have diodes in their activator circuits to avoid feedback. Electricc motors can cause relays without diodes to stay engaged after the circuit is turn off. Starter solenoids are example of large relays controlled by a fairly low amperage ignition switch.
This explain the situation. But still I believe in ghost! :D
check for corosion on the starter solenoid.
Friday, January 26th, 2007 AT 11:55 PM