No. A loose battery connector will cause problems drawing power from the battery to start the vehicle, and it may present a bit of a problem charging it (but that is not likely because the charging current is low compared to the starting current). If you have a loose connector and the battery goes dead, clean and tighten your battery terminals and start making some checks. The loose connector will not cause your battery to go dead.
I'm not so sure :(
On some car yes it will.
A weak battery, loose/broken wires making a short, defective sensors that monitor what the gauges are displaying
Certainly, a loose wire on the car battery can cause the car not to start.
== == A low battery in the key fob will cause the fob to loose it's function, not it's program. A low vehicle battery will not cause this problem.
No, the alternator will not charge the battery with the negative terminal loose.
Sounds like the alternator has failed and you ran the vehicle until the battery was drained.
A loose battery cable can cause your vehicle to on most stall and it can cause the lights to Flickr. Make sure your battery cables are tight and free of corrosion.
No, the battery has nothing whatsoever to do with the belt other than the belt is driving the alternator which recharges the battery. The alternator is working hard to recharge a weak battery. If the belt is squealing then the belt is either worn out or it is loose. If it is loose it is because the tensioner is defective and not holding the proper tension.
Cause a no start situation.
COmputer, loose battery, defective battery/volt amps or loose wiring harness/ wires grounding out somewhere
If vehicle starts - probably a bad ignition switch If vehicle doesn't start could be a dead or low battery, loose or corroded battery cables
A loose battery terminal will cause intermittent power supply, high resistance and heating. A high resistance will cause a voltage drop, as more current is drawn from it.
Bad alternator or corroded or loose cables.
Check your battery for loose connections and check your alternator.
Yes. If it is loose on the side that comes from that alternator, then the alt. is not getting the opportunity to charge the battery. So basically you're running your car on pure battery and it will go dead accordingly
Loose alternator drive belt or loose or corroded battery cables. The battery itself may also be bad.
Loose battery cable much?
Hard starting, corrosion at terminals, eventually cause a weak charge on the battery from cranking too much, will not start at all, can cause your carburetor to flood.
The car will stop if the battery cable comes loose.
Defective alternator, dead cell in battery, something on pulling power from the battery when the vehicle is idle, corroded battery cable connections, or loose alternator drive belt.
In the event of it breaking, you may loose control of vehicle. It also may cause damage to other parts if it snaps while driving, not to mention you can possibly cause a serious accident and possibly flip over depending on vehicle and operating conditions when it breaks.
A quickie guess would be a loose battery terminal on your car. There may be some other reasons for your vehicles "deadness" when you went to start again, but if you connected your jumper cables correctly, the first place most folks would look would be your battery terminals. Is one loose or dirty/corroded between the terminal and the battery post? Pull 'em, clean 'em and reattach them to see what happens.