the starter may not be good or the connection on the starter may be loose
Weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Starter solenoid?
Check your battery terminals one is either loose or the grounds are bad.... On the firewall.... The clicking is the starter not getting enough power... No Clicking means no power or bad starter..Or you killed the battery(no power).. Google starter problems etc...
check the solenoid, and the starter.
Use battery load tester and properly test battery. When battery fails, replace it.
Weak battery, corroded or loose battery cables, failed starter.
No, a starter cannot cause a battery to fail to charge. It could cause the battery to discharge quickly.
Most likely the selonoid on the starter motor needs replacing
Dead cell in the battery or corroded or loose battery cables.
Bad starter or fualty battery connections. Check all grounds and/or bring the starter to autozone to have it checked
Clicking usually is a sign of a bad battery or starter
why would my starter wire burn, going from starter to battery
Battery, starter, starter relay solonoid, or a charging problem i.e. alternator or voltage regulator causing battery to discharge. Or bad battery cable connection or dirty or loose battery cable connections can cause this problem. Need to investigate & narrow it down.
bad starter or bad connection to starter or bad ground on battery or starter
If the battery is good and the alternator is charging then most likely the starter/starter solenoid is bad. You can also check the battery cables to make sure they are properly grounded.
Yes, it sure can.
Several things could be wrong. The battery could be weak and needs to be replaced. The starter relay may be bad. The starter motor may be faulty or the starter clutch may be damaged. The logical thing to do first is check the battery and have it measured, since this is the most frequent cause.
You need to check all your wireing from your battery to you silenoid to your starter you might have a bad connection some where. Clean the battery posts really good and the battery terminals. I fixed mine by scraping the battery post with a knife after using battery cleaner. I thought I had to change the starter, but that's all it was- the dirty post.
AnswerIs the clicking sound from the engine? Try to check the oil.If this is happening when you try to start the car, it is most likely a weak battery or a bad starter. Oil would not have anything to do with this problem
That clicking sound could be the sign of a weak, if not a totally discharged battery. Or, it could indicate a defective solenoid in the starter, or a defective bendix spring in the starter. If you are convinced that the battery is not the cause, I'd focus on the starter.
check battery if it has water and check the starter
yes of course
Could be the starter relay