Make sure that you connected the battery cables properly. The red cable goes to the positive side(+) the negative or black cable to the (-) side.
Defective, corroded, or loose battery cable.
If you are 100% sure nothing is on pulling power from the battery and it will not hold a charge then the battery has a dead cell and must be replaced.
nothing works and I replaced the battery. to the fob
Bad starter solenoid? Loose or corroded battery terminals? Weak battery? Bad neutral switch?
If you mean like AA or AAA, nothing. Absolutely nothing happens. If they both have an electrical current running, I don't know, it might be dangerous.
The same places that would replace any other watch battery. Nothing that special about a Skagen watch from that perspective.
There is nothing to reset except the radio presets and the clock.
Nothing, as long as they're both the same voltage. The 18 Ah battery has just slightly more power. It will work perfectly.
First - could be an intermittant problem with the electrical wiring or starter motor. Second - get a new mechanic
have u checked ur battery battery, either its dead, connections are corroded or mice ate their way through
Yes, they most certainly do. Without a battery that would be nothing to store the electrical energy. Without the electrical energy you would not even be able to start the engine let alone drive the car. The battery supplies electrical power to all electric components within the vehicle. Without a battery the car is just a hunk of metal that is going nowhere.
Can be a dead battery, defective starter, loose or corroded battery connection, or blown main fuse. If nothing comes on when you turn on the ignition switch and your interior lights are not working it is not the starter.
If the post has actually come out or is loose and wiggles there is generally nothing possible that can be done to repair it, the entire battery will need to be replaced.
Make sure that car has gas in it. Then check if the starter.
make sure the small wire is hook to the post
Double check the battery cables at the battery and at the engine, be sure they are clean and tight.
I had a similar problem turns out the Alternator was bad.
Sometimes it can be a loose connection on the terminals causing the heat.Possible fire hazard.I would have the switch replaced.
Through electrochemical corrosion of one plate, opposite electric charges are created on the two plates of the battery. When there is nothing left to corrode in that plate the battery dies.
Make sure the battery cables are making good contact with the battery and are clean and tight.
2004 Chevrolet Tahoe?
Sounds like the ignition switch.
The starter solenoid near the battery should be checked.