ITs your Starter
solenoid or relay switch
Check the battery cables. If there is no corrosion and you have good connections, then the starter solenoid/relay may be at fault.
It clicks?What are you talking about clicking? you turn the key to start the car and all it will do is click,click! or when you try to start it it will spin over and then stop and click.! All I can think of if your car battery isn't good enough to start the car and you will get a click or you have a bad starter and it will only click. need more info
if it does not turn over and no clicking noise but headlights on, check start fuse and relay if it doesnt turn over and clicks probable starter solenoid
Weak battery, bad connection Bad starter
Jump start car and ensure battery and alternator are good.
Low voltage. Clicking is the starter solenoid. Low battery on the good car, bad cables or a bad connection. If they are all good, then the solenoid may be bad.
Your battery might be dead. Or you may have a faulty starter relay switch
mabe the starter solenoid
Its the starter or celenoid
My 2003 KIA Optima car will not start and my battery is drained after charging it... When I tried to start it again I here no clicks or noise....Need to know where is the starter located on the car...
lack of fuel
wrong key when using the remote starter the starter does't crank long enough to start the car. Starting the car with the key the car starts five. Could use some help.
hi you need to cheak the starter tab on the starter and try just tab on the startar a littel not to hard
Clicking = Dead battery/not enought power to start the car Grinding = Bad starter
try testing the starter
It will probably be your starter motor Starter is out!
Your battery is low. You probably has to replace the battery. Or maybe the starter motor solonoid is faulty
A car that makes a clicking noise when you are trying to start usually has a bad alternator. If the car clicks just one time when you try to start it, it could be the starter.
what does it do
Bad battery, or starter problem.
A single click and no crank usually indicates a loose battery cable or a faulty starter relay/solenoid.
Check the battery first. Pull the connectors and clean them off. Dont trust the way they look. Pull them and clean them. Still no? Check if the starter is clicking at all. No? Then the relay feeding the starter or its circuitry is faulty. Clicks but no start? Starter more than likely bad or the battery is run down too low to start the car. Try jumping it to verify batter OK.
it depends does the car turn over if not most likely it the starter