most likely you have blown the head gasket or warped/cracked the head so that there is no compression in the cylinders. hold the gas to the floor while trying to start it, it may run for a few seconds, but it;s time for some engine work/replacement.
The problem is most likely electrical. Wires could be bare and burning their insulation off. You should probably get your vehicle checked by a mechanical. If the wired continue to burn, it could start a fire that could burn your entire vehicle.
If the dash lights come on, but the engine won't start, check the starter. There could also be a problem with the fuel line or the spark plugs. If the engine turns over, but won't start, check all of the fuel sensors. If the motor has a clicking or buzzing sound, check the alternator.
its probably a dead battery if u cant start it up after a few minutes
we could all start by walking everywhere we go
Probably a dead battery.
depend serveral things , you have to tell more of the problem
Try to determine whether problem is fuel starvation or electrical (could be a bad coil)
my car does not start it stalled once i started then stalled and started again drove home then it diddnt start at all.. fuel pump not priming either
starter is full of water
I DONT HAVE A CLUE!SORRY
It is possible that the heads on your catylitic converter are corroded, if they are you can simply use a file to file away the corrosion. That will solve your stalling problem, granted that is the problem.
The reason your 2001 Hyundai Sonata lost all power while you were driving and stalled and won't start again is either the battery or the alternator. If you have no power you most likely have an alternator problem.
I do not have a answer for it, do you an answer for this problem?
The problem with the Nissan Elgrand if it does not start when the switch is on could be a mechanical problem.
Mine wont start either! IM FREAKING OUT!
my 1997 mercury tracer ran hot and now will not start what could be the problem?