SEE IF IT STARTS WITH A JUMP START ..IF SO THE BATTERY COULD BE WORN OUT OR JUST A DIRTY CONNECTION FROM THE BATTERY TO THE STARTER
ALTINATOR OR STARTER. JUMP START CAR, TAKE POSITIVE CABLE OFF BATTERY,IF CAR DIES IT IS ALTERNATOR. GOOD LUCK
your battery may be dead or try unhooking your battery for 1 hour then hook back up and try again
possiblly the starter or fuel pump is out.
I had a similar problem turns out the Alternator was bad.
Probably a dead battery.
It could be a dead battery.
Two MOST probable in the order I'd be checking....Low battery charge or defective battery....Loose or corroded battery cable connections. Secondly, you possibly have a defective starter or starter solenoid. Good Luck! Dub
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Either a discharged battery or a corroded battery terminal. The battery could be discharged because the alternator isn't working.
If the car won't start it is usually the battery, starter or could be the altenator. What are the symptoms when you try to start it, is there any power?
It could be, a dead battery, loose or dirty battery connections, a faulty starter,
jump start the car and get a new battery and if it isn't the battery it could be the alternator or both, but try a new battery first
battery is shot?
you could have left the battery disconnected. or maybe you drained the battery, you might have to recharge it
More than likely the battery is to weak to start the engine. If it's not the battery, the starter may be the culprit.
Get a new battery, mine was doing the same thing. No matter how charged it is, youll still need a new one.
Are the battery leads making a tight contact? - checkIs the starter motor stuck? - give it a gentle tap with a hammer.
try the distributor module . may not be getting fire.
It means that there is something wrong with the engine and not the battery
your altnaitor is out
if you didnt un-connect the battery you could have fried it.
It could be a bad starter, or a weak battery. The clicking sounds like the solenoid is engaging, or trying to engage.
This could be the voltage regulator. Both the positive from the battery and the starter would be connected to it.
Could be battery, battery connections, starter, starter connections, neutral safety switch. I would check those in that order.