If you unplug the battery is for sure is not going to start. What are you asking?
Check your battery connections. If they're tight and no corrosion is present, then your battery may be dead. Recharge or jump start the battery. Still clicking? Replace the starter.
starter, solonoid, ignition, battery. if it clicks when you turn the key then the battery is really dead or its the starter the battery could still be jumped if its the battery.
That could be the alternator or the battery. Try jump starting your car with another car's battery. If it still does not start, it is probably the alternator. If it starts, your battery is dead.
Check your earth (ground) connections battery to chassis & battery to engine / gearbox.
Make sure connections are on tight.
the battery job is to start the car so the alternator will kick in after the car is running
Sounds like a dead battery. You need the battery to start the car, but once it is running the engine runs completely off of the alternator (which also recharges the battery if the battery is still good).
Tune up, plugs, wires, fuel filter, truck still will not start outside in 15 degree weather
check your battery then the connections if it still wont start try changing the starter solenoid if possible
You need all the cranking amps your battery can supply in cold weather. Check your battery connections, take them off and clean them and reinstall and tighten. You can use dilectric grease to keep them from corroding. Once you have them reinstalled, and TIGHT, then try to crank it over in cold weather. If it still won't crank then your battery has a weak cell and is probably on it's way out. Make sure you have a fully charged battery when you are trying to start it. Warm weather does not take as many crankign amps from your battery so that is why it is fine then and not in cold weather Also check your automatic choke or throttle body position, the flap should be almost closed when starting in cold weather, as a test disconnect the air intake tube from the throttle body and cover the opening with your hand while someone turns the engine over, if it fires right up then that is the problem, never use the gas pedal when starting cold it defeats the purpose, you need to starve the engine for air when starting in cold weather.
mabe the starter solenoid
check for loose connections
Yes, but there may not be enough power to start the engine.
Check your wire from battery to starter, sounds like it may have been pulled loose.
Sounds like the battery is too weak to turn the starter, or you have a bad battery terminal connection. Take the battery cables loose and clean them then re-attach. If it still doesnt start, charge the battery or take it to parts store to get it checked.
Check the wire from the battery to the body and from the battery/body to the engine block.
If the battery is sufficiently charged, it'll still start the car. However, it won't run for very long... the battery will be providing electricity for things such as the ECMs, spark plugs, etc., and it'll drain the battery pretty quickly.
If it starts with jumper cables you still have a battery problem. The battery is too small, is not charged, or you have a bad cable or connection.
I have a 1996 ford escort that will not start and it has a new starter on it and a new battery in it but it still will not start
Check the engine, fuel, battery and if everything is ok with them and it still won't start it is best to get it looked at by a mechanic. Hope this has helped!
check fuel pump
Dead cell in battery or something is on pulling power from the battery. Disconnect the negative battery cable overnight with the battery fully charged (12.6 volts). If the battery is dead the next morning it has a dead cell and needs replacing. If however the battery is still fully charged then a light is on somewhere or a relay is stuck closed.
If the alternator is bad the car will still start. You just need a fully charged battery. Once running then you can check the charge rate from the battery with a volt meter.