Spark Plugs are new but the car still does not start. If you are starting an old car engine that come with an ignition coil and a distributor, you will need to trace where the electric “lost”. First, unplug one of the spark plug cables and touch it gently to any body part that is connected to the negative power. Get a helper to help you start the car. Observe it carefully if there is a spark at the end of the plug cable (the connector). If there is a spark, it means the coil and distributor are both working. You will need to check the ignition coil and distributor if there is no spark.
Ideally, remote starters should be installed by a qualified technician because improper installation can damage expensive vehicle control electronics. However, for someone familiar with electronics and vehicle repair, knowing how to install a remote starter in a car can save money on installation costs and eliminate the frustration of finding a qualified installer. While this article provides some general instructions for wiring a remote starter, it varies by vehicle and remote starter model.