Best to take battery off car to re-charge. If jump started off of engine block power surge can cause costly repair of delicate electronic circuits and computers
check the battery, its probably dead
By sticking your key in the door lock and turning.
use key to manually unlock. manual unlock will not work.
Its probably a dead battery.
If you lift up the boot on the shifter, there's an override button which MIGHT work with a dead battery. Barring that, the best way is to connect a battery charger or another vehicle with jumper cables to it.
Sounds like a dead battery. Try charging the battery, then start.
Your battery is dead or you need to check the ignition switch.
check fuel pump
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).
Battery could be dead , or a poor cable connection to the battery
there could be so many things. first you might want to check if the battery is dead then the timing belt and then maybe the starter. also if your battery is goin dead alot check the alternator
your battery may be dead or try unhooking your battery for 1 hour then hook back up and try again
When you open the hood , does the underhood light come on ? Or , if the drivers door is open with the key in the ignition do you hear the warning chime sounding ? If not , it sounds like a poor battery cable connection or a dead battery ( you could have a dead cell in the battery , in which case you can boost the battery to start the car , but if you shut it off it will not restart unless you boost the battery again )
check your battery connectins. you could have a bad ground
Sounds like the battery has a dead cell
Dead battery ?
Dead battery? Maybe if it makes clicking noise -dead battery
from a dead battery to working battery
your battery was dead.
Yes you can.
Are you positive the battery is dead? Have you tried to jump start it? That clicking could be the starter relay.
Battery could be dead. Check that with a volt meter.
Do you mean "jump start"? If so, yes- it requires a car with a good battery, and a set of jumper cables- connected the RIGHT way between the two vehicles. With older vehicle, it was possible to "push start" the car with the dead battery- but with modern electronics, and a completely dead battery, will not work.