check the fuel pump shut off switch in the trunk on the driver side under the carpet, its a button just push it.
No. Sounds like they started spoiling.
Check your Transmission, the battery gives the car the energy to start once the car is started you can remove the battery and the car will stay working until you turn it off. you might need a tune up i had a car with a bad altinatore that did the same thing
Defective alternator or broken alternator belt.
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Yes, once you have jump started the car (from another car's battery), driving the car will recharge the dead battery (provided the battery is OK). This is a terrible idea and may damage the alternator. Drive the car immediately home and charge the battery with a battery charger. Alternators are designed to keep a charged battery fully charged. They are not designed to charge a dead battery. This puts way too much strain on the alternator circuits.
Yes, the car can be started with the battery charger attached to the battery as a boost.I been doing that for years.
Simply put, Yes!The alternator basically is a unit that is turned through a belt, normally called the 'Fan Belt'. As it turns it produces an electrical charge which provides electricity which is stored in the car's battery.If you have ever left your lights on overnight to find a flat battery in the morning, there is not enough charge or power in your battery to start the engine.You use jumper cables which connect from one battery to the flat one which allows your battery to use the other as a 'slave'. once the car is started, you let it run for a while. During which time, the battery is re-charged by the alternator.Back in the days of the Model T Ford, before the existence of alternators and battery technology, cars were started using crank handles. These cars didn't have alternators or electrical systems, so there was no battery to charge.In summary, every modern gasoline/petrol and diesel engine needs an alternator to be able to keep the battery charged while driving.
Not if it's intact. If it has a cracked case, dirty leads, or some other problem (like leaving your lights on) then of course it would.
Because when a car is started the starter motor draws power from the battery at the same time as the lights, leaving less power for the lights so they dim.
how old is your battery, if it is old it can leak power overnight, making it have less in the morning, plus diesels are high compression engines that require alot of power to crank
It started when texting first began. Texting began and people started doing it while driving. It started whenever texting began.
Because as the engine turns it produces electricity through the alternator but not stored so once the engine is switched off the car has to rely on the battery to start again. For instance, an F1 race car carries no battery so it has to be started externally, jump started really. Once it stalls it cannot get itself going again unless there is someone there to push start it (not a good idea - they are heavy and have a habit of leaving you flat on your face...)
check fusible links under hood dodge loves them most are located close to battery
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Check your alternator (it charges the battery) If it quits you are running straight off the battery and that won't last long. Also check your belts. If they are loose and slipping your battery won't get carged and your alternator won't work properly
The same way you started it before replacing the battery.
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Typically a charger is not meant ot "jump start" and engine. It provides a slow, regulated charge to the battery. A car battery or fully charged battery will typically provide enough pwoer to jump start your tractor. I recommend charging your battery for a number of hours (or overnight) till completely recharged. If the tractor will no start without a jump, your battery may be in need of replacement.
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There is a good chance that your alternator has stopped working. It could also be just a loose wire from the alternator to the battery that is not letting the battery charge. Also it could be a bad battery. When a cell in a battery dies it will hold a charge for a short period of time but then rapidly die. Get the battery checked first. they the wires, then the alternator.
Its not charging.