If the starter motor is turning but the ENGINE is not cranking, try tapping on the gear that engages the flywheel (not while cranking!). Also, spray a bit of WD40 on the shaft where the gear is located. When the starter is energized, it spins fast enough to cause the gear on the end of the shaft to slide outward against the force of the spring. If the shaft is corroded or the gear is not free to move, it won't slide and will not engage the teeth of the flywheel. The battery has to be strong enough to spin the starter fast enough to cause this movement. I'd start with lubrication and attempting to move the gear along the shaft.
As mentioned, change your user name first. You don't set timing of your injectors. The computer is responsible for energizing the injectors. Typically there is a crankshaft position sensor and other inputs that provide input to the computer to determine when and how long to energize. Basically, you install the injectors and start the car; the computer does the rest.
I just checked mine and it stays on way longer than a minute. My guess is that it would stay on until the battery discharged. So, why does yours turn off? My hunch is that your LED is bad. As it heats up, the LED fails and turns off. I'd look to replace that part next.
Yes, please clarify what you mean by less power. Is the engine surging/hunting? (RPMs don't stay consistent). Since your engine runs (you didn't say no power!), your ignition is ok. You need fuel, air and a spark at the right time to run properly. You do have spark - and because it's really not adjustable on a small engine, that part is fine. Air and fuel is handled by the carburetor. With today's ethanal fuels, it's likely that your carburetor has one or more jets that are partially/fully blocked. Removing the carburetor and then the jets, doing a thorough cleaning of these jets and the passages in the carburetor should then restore air/fuel ratios. Youtube has lots of great examples of cleaning small engine carburetors.
Did you move the home button from your original screen to the new screen? If you used a new home button, it will only function as a home button. That's a security feature. The home button is paired with the system board. To restore touch id, you'd need to use the original home button.
stephanie, my hunch is that you have some bad capacitors. Do a search on youtube for capacitor replacement. It's not a hard job, but it does involve opening up your TV - and the inherent risks associated with that activity. How old is the TV?
The 'out of water' indicator means the reservoir doesn't have enough water. If there truly is enough water in the reservoir, then the switch to indicate a low level (usually a float mechanism) must be stuck. Try checking that.
Hi Rodney. First know that nearly all spark plugs sold today are already gapped to the proper specification. You shouldn't have had to change them. Can you clarify what you mean by your car won't stay cranked? Cranking is the process when you turn the key to the start position. If it will not crank, start first by verifying proper voltage at your battery. Use a multi-meter to do that.
jamsheer, first we need to specifically identify your problem. Is your battery not charging? I'm not sure what battery backup means. If it isn't charging, check for lint in the charging (lightning) port. Often enough accumulates to prevent the pins from contacting each other.