Declined for accurate to do further testing on the hesitation as the car was still under warranty so I will take it back to hub. Some of these might be mileage related. The starter is now visible above the oil filter. Tried to restart vehicle with no luck. Service report on April 21,2015 indicated starter fork had failed.
Told me I was over 70k. It's last service was the middle of April. I was told it was on the valve cover near the fire wall. Turns out wire connecting to solenoid has bad connection. Suspect linkage between brake sensor and start button.
The trunk leaked the first christmas, dealer claimed to repair it, but failed, still leaks. I checked my oil levels and did a quick inspection of fluid levels. Loosen, but don't remove these four 12mm fasteners 10 Ease the starter on down and rest it where the wiring can be removed. The approximate failure mileage was 25,000. The problem would appear to be resolved only to resurface again days or weeks later.
They eventually stated they wanted to repack the airbag for thousands of dollars, seemed somewhat like a scam, so we no longer go it fixed and have been driving with the airbag light on. There is a suspension fork just under the oil f … ilter, so you have to look above that or around it and you will see the filter. I'm afraid to mess around with the ignition switch on my own know nothing about the antitheft. Turn the key off and check to make sure that there are 12. I am a second owner, and have 75k miles on my vehicle; therefore I do not have a warranty on the part. Clearly, there is an ongoing issue with the starter on this vehicle. Just cinch them up good.
Since then I connected the remote switch directly to the starter and she has not yet had a moment the remote switch did not work. This issue corrected itself after another grinding noise when shifting the gear lever into park and the car began functioning normally. Both of these are common defects of this model and has been recalled in the past. The contact was informed that the starter needed to be replaced and there was no oil in the engine. The dealer replaced the part for the recall repair, but the failure recurred.
If there is power, the starter is bad. While the vehicle was parked with the engine running, an electrical burning odor was present and smoke was seen from under the hood. Broke plastic away from connector on wire tested on solenoid very loose no drag at all he solder connection at solenoid. If there was power, now its time for the dealer because it is in the security system or computer. To date, still does not run smooth. If you end up taking your vehicle to a mechanic to diagnose a problem, he will suggest many of these items before beginning his diagnosis.
The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who diagnosed that there was a catastrophic motor failure and that the dealer needed to provide a repair. I really don't want to try to adjust the switch again. Since then I connected the remote switch directly to the starter and she has not yet had a moment the remote switch did not work. It's annoying to have to wait but no one seems to be able to fix. I have replaced 3 starters and the car doesn't even have 103,000 miles on it.
The contact was informed that the motor and starter needed to be replaced. Everytime my car does this either one of those has gotten my car to start. You open the door, get in the car, put the key in the ignition, turn it to start, aaaaaaand nothing happens. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. . Remove the 12mm nut from the B+ wire.
Set the voltmeter to 20 volts dc. Now I'm totally confused as to what I should do next. Also I have got out vehicle set alarm wait couple seconds turn off alarm and get it and try starting it again. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. It may be that it just decided to start.