The ignition system is powered up and ready to run the vehicle.
Its not your engine. Its the fan running to cool the engine down. They all do it and nothing is wrong with your car.
I turned on the ignition in my car. "Houston, we have ignition!"
The ignition module will send a signal when the key is turned. If the module is no good the signal is not sent to the other ignition parts,thus not allowing the car to start
The device automatically disconnects the ignition. The ignition of methane gas killed eight men. A massive explosion accompanies the ignition of refined gasoline or fuel oil. Ignition of the compressed fuel mixture takes place when the spark flame reaches it. Compression ignition engines are more efficient than engines started by spark ignition. The device automatically disconnects the ignition. She pulled over to the side of the road, and switched off the ignition. When you lock up your car, the ignition shuts off and the hood locks. Abruptly he turned the ignition key and started the engine. You should never leave the keys of your car in the ignition. She pulled her car key out of her pocket and reached forward to put it in the ignition.
The first ignition key was installed in the 1910 Cadillac. On this car you turned the key and then pushed another button to start the engine. In 1949 Chrysler introduced the ignition key combination as we know it today.
It is normal if other lights come on at the same time. All of the reminder/warning lights should come on when ignition is in idle (key's in ignition, but the car is not running)
I don't know I think its the ignition or some part there of
No, not unless the ignition is turned on.
Are you pressing the "unlock boot switch" on your key as you turn it in the ignition? Might seem a daft question, but it happens!
The ignition starter has nothing to do with performance. It just starts the engine.
Car no move
I believe this usually this happens if the fuel / air mixture is not rich enough (too much air / too little fuel) which causes the cylinder heads to get too hot which means that any unburnt fuel in the cylinders will continue to ignite even after the ignition has been cut.