Check fuses as the battery change should not initiate a "No Start" condition.
It is possible the battery in your remote is dying...that signals a fail to start and a Check Engine Light for low remote battery voltage
If the battery light comes on when you try to start your car, either your battery is low or your alternator is going bad. These can be checked by going to an Advance Auto or Auto Zone, they will test it for you for free.
When this problem came up with my dodge stratus my husband found that a fuse was blown. We changed our battery and it would not start for us either. but as soon as he fixed some wiring and changed the fuse it was fine.
When you start at the negative end of the battery, you start to lose electrons and the circuit is closed.
i dont know..i need help with that too
Try getting a boost.....that'll help
Dead or weak battery? Alternator not charging battery properly?
probably your battery
constant draw on the battery? dome light on? old battery?
check for loose connections
The red battery light indicates that the battery is not rceiving sufficient charge. Look for a loose belt or loose/dirty battery cable connection, or have the alternator and/or battery checked.
When you turn the ignition key does the running light dim a little bit?
you got a dead battery. go buy another one
your altnaitor is out
If your '99 Maxima will not start even after you have changed the starter, you might have a dead battery or a bad starter solenoid. You could also have an empty gas tank.
is the new battery properly charged?
Have the battery checked and if it is the OEM battery just replace it as it is 7 years old. Inspect the battery cables and clean the connections at the battery posts. Make sure nothing is on, as in a truck light, glove box light, etc. Check the alternator to see if it is performing properly. It should read 13.5-16 volts at the battery with the engine running.
it indicates that the alternator is not functioning sufficiently to keep the battery charged.
When you say it won't start I am assuming you mean it will not turn over. If that is the case and the battery is new, then something is pulling power from the battery. You have a light somewhere that is on or you have a relay that is stuck.
Battery or Starter motor.
1. Make sure your battery posts and connectors are clean. Free of acid & oxidation. If that doesn't work then.....- 2. Check for a draw on the battery ( something staying on like a trunk light). A good test is to buy a test light. Then disconnect your negative on the battery and put the test light in series. If the light comes on go to the fuse box and start pulling fuses until the light goes out. Then you know where the problem is. Johnny
Either your battery is discharged or dead. caused from 1) alternator not working or 2) Battery life span is over - recharge battery at Any auto parts store . if not recharging . replace battery .
buy a pcm
HI, I have a clio 172, i have recently had that problem with my car, what would be worth doing is actually changing the battery in the key fob, if the battery is week it will not recognise the key and therefore not start. It will crank but not fully start, I changed my battery in the key fob and started first time after!