If the remote car starter stopped working after a new battery was installed in the remote, the remote needs to be reprogrammed. If the remote starter stopped working after a new battery was installed in the vehicle, the computer might need to be reset by disconnecting the battery for a few minutes.
check your timing belt
Get a new starter...lol.
Did it turn over after it stopped running??? Could be too many differant things to list. But i would start by checking for loose or rusted wires going from battery to alternator and starter. Also make sure the ground wire (usually attached to the block) is tight.
check your battery then the connections if it still wont start try changing the starter solenoid if possible
AnswerTwo things that would cause a "click" are a bad starter solenoid/relay switch or a low/bad battery. Have your battery checked out free at your local auto parts store, if the battery checks out ok, then the starter solenoid/relay switch is going/gone bad.I had the same problem and it was the battery...
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Check the oxygen sensor. My 1995 Grand Cherokee stopped stalling while driving after it was replaced.
Yes. This happened to me on 4/15/2012 in a 2003 Ford Taurus. I had been driving for about 45 minutes into a 2.5 hour trip when the following things stopped working (not all at once), over about a 20 minute timeframe... 1.) Battery light and ABS light on the dashboard came on. Tachometer stopped working (with the engine still running). 2.) Hard and/or uneven shifting from the automatic transmission (about 5 minutes later). 3.) Speedometer stopped working while I was driving (around 10 minutes later). 4.) AC and blower stopped working 5 or 10 minutes later. 5.) Car started to sputter. It stalled about 1 minute later after I pulled it over and put it in park. I checked the battery while still in the car. It read around 8.5 volts. After removing the battery, it read around 10.5 volts. I put a new battery in and it started right up. It has ran fine since with the new battery.
There is a good chance that your alternator has stopped working. It could also be just a loose wire from the alternator to the battery that is not letting the battery charge. Also it could be a bad battery. When a cell in a battery dies it will hold a charge for a short period of time but then rapidly die. Get the battery checked first. they the wires, then the alternator.
Stopped is the opposite of started.