There are a few ways to disable an engine. One way is to remove the key from the ignition and pull it out. Another way is to take the battery out and disconnect it from the car.
Yes, a fuse can stop a car from starting by cutting off the power to the engine.
Yes, spark plugs can stop a car from starting.
Yes, you can remotely shut down a car by depressing the gas pedal and then depressing the brake pedal at the same time.
Bleach can not damage an engine, but it can cause some air to be released that could create a fire.
Open the fuel system cover and remove the fuel pump. Open the fuel line to the engine and remove any obstructions. Shut off the power to the engine by removing the cover from the battery.
There is not a fuse for the ignition switch. The switch is powered by electricity and will need to be replaced if it becomes damaged.
There are a few ways to disable starter interrupt device. One way is to use the BIOS setup utility to erase the contents of the startup disk and then reboot. Another way is to use the system management tools to uninstall the starter interrupt device and then reboot.
One common reason a car won’t start is that the battery is low. If your car has a 6-volt battery, it needs at least 12 volts to start. Low batteries can also be caused by overcharging, not using the car’s oil or filter, or by a broken belt.