the symptoms you describe sound like a starter problem. replace it and your problems will be through!
If the starter makes no attempt to crank the engine and you did not disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery during the clutch job, maybe the battery drained from something left on while you had the truck apart (ignition left on, doors left open, etc).
it could be the control module
if clicking but not starting dead battery if it starts it's one of the many relays that open and close during startup
A bad battery terminal(s) connection, bad ground, bad ignition switch, bad starter.
make sure the small wire is hook to the post
I had this problem on my disco 1. Turned out to be the alternator, which was replaced and the problem was fixed.
Starter Ignition Neutral switch
Seized engine? Loose or corroded battery cable? Bad starter solenoid on inner fender wall? Bad neutral safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
Answer: set windshield wiper control to lo intermittent. Turn on ignition key. Done.
check the battery voltage, check battery cables, check ignition switch(where you turn the key), or check the crankshaft position sensor. cheers
Try an engine heater or an oil heater. These are both inexpensive.
Yes, a corroded battery can cause an intermittent voltage drop.
Intermittent starting problems in a Daewoo vehicle might be caused by a number of things. The ignition module is a good place to start. Check for broken or loose wires. Also check the spark plug sensors, the battery, the MAP sensor and the EGR valve.
Sounds like the ignition switch.
I may be having the same problem. I replaced the battery. The interior lights, siren, horn, radio all work, but the car will not turn-over when the ignition is turned. I am really interested in how to unlock the vehicle.
It's not the Battery, Saturn has a problem with there Ignition cylinders. It will need to be replaced. the Dealer charges about $400.00 but you can do it yourself for about $70.00 in parts. The easiest way for you to do it , is get a Manuel or go to youtube.com and watch a video. It took me about thirty minutes.
Check the starter, spark plugs, distributer cap, battery.
starter motor or ignition
Check your ignition fuse,its in the fuse box,also,your fusible link could be burnt or melted,its connected to your positive battery cable,if burnt or melted,then its your problem.
If your battery is fully charged and the connections are clean and tight, the problem is probably that the contacts in the switch are corroded or worn, meaning your ignition switch will have to be replaced.
Check for loose connection of positive cable at battery, crankshaft position sensor faulty, or ignition module faulty.
Try replacing the spark plugs /wires and distrubuter cap if it doessnt work still you may have a bad ignition coil or fuel problems
A battery cannot be drained by a shorted diode when the ignition key is off.