So sorry for such a shaky video. To start with, this problem is not related to the car’s battery or the engine itself.
It started to have starting problem a few weeks ago.
Steering wheel locked up and car wont start. If the steering wheel is indeed locked in position, the steering lock mechanism behind the steering wheel may be stuck and in need of a replacement. Put your car's key in the ignition as if you are about to start it. I have new engine oil, new oil filter, and oil level is good.
Most of the time it just requires a strong arm to wrestle the steering wheel to take the load off the pin that locks it. If the steering wheel is moved approximately a half turn in either direction, and the key is not in the ignition, the steering wheel will lock. With the normal steering lock that you need to move the steering wheel a little and turn the ignition key if that's why it won't turn but that's with the ignition tuned to off/lock position.
Always comes on when first staring the engine. If i didn't drive my car for 1 or 2, the car won't start. As long as the engine doesn’t start, the steering simply remains locked.
As long as the engine doesn’t start, the steering simply remains locked. That symbol of the steering wheel with the ! Rotate the steering wheel slightly in both.
2008 candy white 2 door 5 speed rabbit. The only way to start the car is to turn the steering wheel from side to side (about 1/4 a circle, from 12 o'clock to 9 and then back), and turn the key at the same time. Pull the wheel down(or up whicheer is easier) and turn the key.
Electricity is everything with these cars. The steering will have a few degrees of play, even when locked. Steering wheel locks up while driving and the car won’t start:
The steering lock jams the key in there. Turning the wheel hard often puts a load on the locking pin. Or.could be a bad battery.
To avoid an unsafe driving condition, have a certified mobile. If the steering wheel is just very hard to turn, this can be due to a broken power steering drive belt or failed power steering pump. The immobilizer works on that principle as part of the security system.
While keeping your right foot on the brake, quickly turn the steering wheel left and right in short motions and turn the ignition key in an attempt to start the car. One or the other has. Turn and hold the steering wheel with a constant and even pressure in the direction that it feels springy.
Car starts then sputters off. As a standard procedure, the only way to unlock the steering wheel should be by you inserting the car’s key into the ignition keyhole and turning it on. While holding your wheel in the correct direction, put your key into the ignition and start your car.
Pull the wheel down (or up whicheer is easier) and turn the key. Whether hydraulic or electric, the power steering system in your car relies on the engine. If you hold the wheel slightly off the lock you can turn the key to acc or start/turn it on and the wheel should unlock.
Normally when your vehicle steering wheel is locked you cannot start your car which will require you to try unlocking the vehicle steering wheels able to start and run your car. Steering wheel locked up and car wont start. If the wheel remains locked, your car doesn’t start, or both, try turning the wheel the other direction and repeating this step.
If the wheel is turned to the left, turn it further to the left and turn the key. So unless somebody has your car key they won’t start it and for some cars even if they use underhand methods to ignite it, the wheel will stay locked. It's when it stays on that it could mean a problem.
Try disconnecting the negative on the battery, wait a few minutes, hook it back up and let it idle a few minutes. When starting the car with the wheel locked, the engine does indeed start, after which nothing works and the car eventually shuts itself off (maybe 60 seconds). While it is running, you can shift but the tranny does not engage, you cannot turn the car off via the start/stop button, and the dash is lit up like a xmas tree.
Should probably still get it checked out but i wonder if a low or bad battery is the root cause. This video was hard to make all by myself. Something for others to keep in mind, if the steering wheel is too far in the locked position the car won't start no matter how many times you push the button, you need to take the pressure off the steering wheel to start the car.
But you get the idea on how to get the car to start with a bad steering lock cont. The throttle position sensor is a unit used to monitor the throttle position of a vehicle. Always comes on when first staring the engine.
This is a good question that bothers many people. When you feel the steering wheel wanting to spring back you have turned hard enough, do not turn the wheel too hard, turn the key with normal pressure (do not force key). If your battery is below 12v after sitting, it's probably not going to start.
The first thing to do is: If a locked steering wheel is the problem this will fix it. Grip the steering wheel with your left hand and the ignition key with your right hand.
Normally when your vehicle steering wheel is locked you cannot start your car which will require you to try unlocking the vehicle steering wheels able to start and run your car.