Five common reasons of engine of your car not starting despite multiple cranks
" If the engine of your car is not starting up altogether despite repeatedly cranking it, then there are multiple reasons responsible for improper connection between fueling, electrical and ignition systems of your car.
" This problem of not starting of engine despite multiple cranks is more common during cold weather conditions.
One of the most frustrating moments to undergo in your ownership experience of your car are those circumstances when the car is not able to start for even once despite cranking it repeatedly.
While the problem of car not starting is quite evident during winters due to variations in temperature, if this problem persists even at warmer temperatures, then there are multiple reasons responsible for it.
Following are the major reasons responsible for car not starting at all despite multiple cranks:-
- Problems related to battery If the health of your cars battery is deteriorating day by day, a time will come when the engine will not be able to start despite multiple cranks. Also, the constant loss in charge while cranking the engine will decrease the magnitude of crank gradually. This usually happens either when there is not sufficient amount of charge in battery, or the terminals of your car battery get corroded.
- Problems related to fuel There are multiple issues related to fuel which might make the engine unable to start despite multiple cranks. These issues include insufficient amount of fuel in fuel tank, impurities present in the fuel, clogged fuel injector or damaged fuel pump.
- Error in security system of car If there is any electrical or sensor based error in the security system of your car, the engine immobilizer will not be able to detect even the correct key code combination at times. This will abrupt the ignition system, leading to engine not starting despite cranking it repeatedly.
- Faults in electronic control unit For bringing the engine to life, the two main sensors responsible are camshaft position sensor as well as crankshaft position sensor. If either of these two sensors get damaged, the electronic control unit of your car will not be able to sense the information, and thus the engine will not be able to start.
- Faulty starter motor One of the most major culprits for engine not starting despite multiple cranks is a faulty starter motor. Initially, the starter motor can undergo multiple cranks, but if it is done repeatedly, the starter motor will ultimately fail and will not crank altogether.