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Car with charged battery won't start won't turn over?


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2010-05-18 04:37:20
2010-05-18 04:37:20

why after replaced the head gasket car wont turn over??jetta 2000 2.2l

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It will start if there is enough charge in the battery to turn the engine over. However if the alternator is weak then the battery will not be charged fully.

Does it turn over? Does it have spark? Does it have fuel?

DOES the engine turn over? if yes is there spark at the plugs? is there fuel to the injectors?

Check the connections on the battery. Are they clean and tight? Check the battery. Is it charged? Check the alternator and the connections.

To start a car you need to turn the engine over (usually with a starter motor), fuel and spark plugs with the correct gap.It means either the battery is bad, battery cable connections are corroded or loose, alternator is defective and did not keep the battery charged, or the starter is defective. I am assuming you mean the engine will not turn over. If it will turn over but will not start that can be many, many, things.

If a 94 Thunderbird starter will not turn over, the battery may be dead. The battery should be charged with jumper cables.

Several things can cause your land rover not to turn over. I would start with checking the battery. Is it fully charged? Do you hear a click when you try to start it. If so, could be a weak battery or a faulty starter solenoid. Those two are the most probable.

The battery may not be fully charged to turn the engine over fast enough to start. The fuel pump may not be pumping fuel to the engine.

if it doesent turn over its a dead battery or a loose battery terminal try jump starting it and see if it turns over

Some times the battery will have enough power to turn lights on but not enough to turn the engine over. Try to jump start it or replace battery with one you know is charged. By the way-nice car.

Check the battery first to see if it is fully charged. If it is, clean the battery posts off. After doing this if it will not start, then suspect the starter is defective.

Does the engine turn over and then make the clicking noise while trying to start, or does it not do anything but make the clicking noise when you turn the key. If its not turning over at all then it might be a battery problem, Try cleaning the battery terminals, and/or charge the battery, Could also be the starter solenoid, but start with the battery first.

If the battery is good and fully charged but the engine will not turn over then either the starter or the ignition switch is defective. Or you have a loose or corroded connection.

If it will not turn over you have an electrical problem. Start by removing the battery cables and cleaning the cables and battery posts. If that does not solve the problem, then put a charger on the battery and let it fully charge. Turn on your headlights and try to start the car. If it still will not turn over and the lights do not dim you probably have a bad starter or starter solenoid. But make sure your battery is good. If you can jump start it with another vehicle the battery is bad. It can also be a defective ignition switch.

Check the charge on the battery, it may be faulty even though its not old. If the battery is charged then the starter motor may be old, brushes wear out over time.

Your battery needs to be charged or changed out. This is a classic "dead battery" situation. Even though your battery may be good, or tests good at your local autozone, make sure it is charged all the way.

Yes, as long as you have a fully charged battery and good starter the engine will start even if the alternator is defective. The engine will run until the battery looses it's charge, which it will. if the alternator is bad.

The most common reason for a vehicle not to turn over is a bad alternator. If the alternator is not charging the battery the engine will not start, regardless of the battery age.

generally speaking, there are several LED lights on the battery charger, when the light is red, it meas the battery is being charged, when the light turn to green or yellow, it means the battery is full charged

Its either the battery or starter motor. Have you tried to jump start it?

turn the key? no start? check the battery connections. clean them make sure they are tight turn the key no start? turn on the headlights if you have bright headlights, the starter may be the issue. if you have no headlights, look at charging the battery after battery charge turn the key tries to start or clicks probably a dead battery if the car turns over and just won't start do you have gas? If the car turns over and tries to start that means the battery and starter are good now you need to find out why you are not either getting spark of fuel.

More details are needed. I presume this is a vehicle. What sounds does it make, does it start to turn over? The problems could be damp or other earthing problems, fuel pump problems, starter motor, etc.

A vehicle needs three things to run. Air, Fuel and spark. You didnt say if it turns over or not. If it doesnt turn over you could have a dead or bad battery which would be fixed by replacing the battery or testing the charging system. If it turns over but no start check for spark and fuel pressure and that you are getting air into the intake. If the battery is charged and it does nothing check the starter.

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