Yes, it could.
sounds like you have a problem with the ignition if if has coil packs it will do that or it could be the wires but problay the ignition is wore out . it might not look bad but the inside is gone once you put any kind of stress on it
there is actually no problem. it sputters because the engine has to start up and it may be the way you place the key inside the ignition. so don't worry because it isn't a big problem
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem Possibly a bad ignition coil
Have the same problem! Have you found a solution yet? I've come up with from searches that it could be Ignition Leads and or coil. Maf sensor or blocked cat
When we have this problem, we turn the ignition off and shift into neutral, restart the engine and it can then be shifted into drive or reverse.
you have an engine/ignition problem. HAve a garage read the codes and diagnose the problem soon.
I would suspect a failing ignition control module.
sounds like your ignition module
Unhook your battery, then put the key in the ignition and turn to start for 30 sec. This will restart your computer and turn the light off but it wont fix the problem.
answers are no where to be seen
sounds like ignition module. Check for spark while cranking engine when it decidedly shuts down on you.
The Harley Davidson Night Train motorcycle has an electronic ignition with disc brakes on the front and rear. It can hold five gallons of gas and has a V Twin engine.
Only if the engine is not cranking. Otherwise the problem is engine related.