Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter? Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter?
Weak battery, weak starter, resistance in the battery cables, ignition timing,
Weak battery, starter going bad, or engine out of time.
Dead or weak battery?
Weak battery, or weak alternator.
Weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Starter solenoid?
Weak battery, or starter going bad.
It could mean weak batteries. If it gets better on starting and rev the engine, it is the battery otherwise it could be your alternator.
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.
Weak starter drive? Broken tooth on flywheel (Ring gear) Weak battery? Weak starter solenoid?
Weak battery and no gas can both cause a no start.Weak battery and no gas can both cause a no start.
You possibly have a loose alternator belt or the alternator is weak. Check the voltage at the battery with the engine running. It should be 13.5 ? 16 volts. Any less and the alternator is weak and needs replacing. Also make sure the connections at the battery are clean and tight.
When you attempt to start engine, nothing happens-- similar to weak or dead battery. You may hear "click" and lights may dim, but engine will not rotate
Engine won't turn over, no clicking noise: clutch sensor switch located near cluth pedal is malfunctioning. Engine won't turn over, clicking noise: weak battery, loose connection to battery or ground. Engine turns over, doesn't start: 1) weak battery 2) clogged fuel lines / fuel filter 3) dirty spark plugs 4) weak wiring / connections
Could be a weak battery. As you change gears you drop engine revs, which slows alternator, which decreases the current flow to the battery. If the battery is weak or in a low state of charge lights will dim accordingly.
A lot would depend on how long it takes to get hot. Try checking the engine coolant level ,next, check the oil level. Then check the battery.
Seized engine? Weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Defective starter solenoid? Flat spot on starter?
battery weak or alternater is not charging battery. a fully charged battery should read at least 14.5 volts running if alternater is charging.with engine off the battery should read about 13 volts,
Extreme cold puts a greater strain on the battery especially when the engine is cold. The oil in the engine is cold and does not flow as well as it does when it is warm. This requires more torque to turn the engine over and that puts a strain on any battery that is not in tip top shape. You either have a battery that is weak and needs replacing or the battery has too little CCA for the engine. Get the highest Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) rated battery you can get that will fit your car. The more CCA the easier it will be for the battery to start the engine when it is cold.
with the information you've given, it sounds like a weak battery.
Dead or weak battery? Loose or corroded battery terminals? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid? Neutral switch?
could be numerous things from weak battery, bad starter or solenoid to...... the engine is siezed
Seized engine? Weak battery? Corroded or loose battery cables? Bad starter or starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
More than likely the battery is to weak to start the engine. If it's not the battery, the starter may be the culprit.