Did you check the fuses below the dash on driver side and the other fuse box is located under the hood close to the battery? Another thing to look for is make sure the connections at the battery terminals and frame ground are not loose. Try remove clean the battery terminal with a steel brush and reconnect them. A bad "contact" at terminal can cause random power problems. If you can't get the solenoid on the starter to click, you may have a bad coonection in the main positive wire to the starter OR, as was my case, the thick braided strap from the windings on the starter to the solenoid may have corroded to dust. I don't believe this is a user replaceable part. Take the starter in for rebuilding at an auto electric shop, or get a used starter from a yard, or a new or rebuilt one from an auto store.
That depends upon what the starter problem is. If the battery is exhausted, you can use another vehicle's battery, with jumper cables.
Bad connectins at battery? Clean connections. Possible loose battery cables on starter or engine block? Clean and tighten cables. If no help, possible bad battery cable/cables. Test cables and replace as necessary. Depending on what type of car, also investigate starter cylinoid. Hope that helps.
Check battery Check battery cables for corrosion or looseness Check fusable link
Loose, defective, or corroded cables, loose ground wire, starter, or starter solenoid.
have you checked the cables to see if they are corroided, loose, or broken If your battery is good then it is your starter you will need to replace it.
The problem can be that the battery terminals are not tight enough or that the battery cables are worn out. A starter needs really tight contact to the battery in order to supply enough current to the solenoid and starter -- merely touching the terminals won't be enough.
On the starter or IF you have (2) positive battery cables, in between them.
Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter? Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter?
It can be a bad starter, but it can be a corroded battery cable. If you know the battery and cables are good, remove the starter and have it tested at most auto parts stores.It can be a bad starter, but it can be a corroded battery cable. If you know the battery and cables are good, remove the starter and have it tested at most auto parts stores.
Dead battery, corroded or loose battery or starter cables, defective starter or starter solenoid, loose ground connection.
Check the battery cables or starter.
it could be the starter or it could just be a bad battery, try to jump start the vehicle with another vehicle with jumper cables or a jumpbox, if the vehicle starts, most likely it is the battery. It is still a good idea to get the starter checked out.
Remove the battery cable from the positive post on the battery. Remove the cables from the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
Remove cables from battery Remove + cable from the starter solenoid Remove the - battery cable from engine ground install new cables using the same routings as original
Dead battery? Loose or dirty battery cables? Bad starter solenoid? Bad starter? Neutral switch?
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.
Remove the battery cable from the positive post of the battery. Remove the cables from the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. The starter will come off. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
Dirty battery connections or loose battery cables at starter or solenoid?
Dead or weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Defective starter solenoid?
Remove the positive battery cable from your 1999 Chevrolet Corvette at battery. Remove the starter cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter.
you probably have a problem with the battery cables
you need a new battery. if battery has been replaced and this still does not solve the problem, you must have had the bad battery for too long and it ruined the If the new battery doesn't solve the problem you can have check the battery cables, make sure they have a clean tight connection. Also the problem could be with your starter also.
Seized engine Discharged battery Loose or corroded battery cables Starter or starter solenoid Neutral safety switch
Weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Starter solenoid? Starter? Neutral Switch?