It could very well mean your battery is dead. A good suggestion is to try another battery which is known to be good and/or carefully try to jumpstart the vehicle with jumper cables and another battery.
check battery for corrosion. It happens to me 4-5 times a year.
your number of clicks inproves the higher the rank because you need more clicks when you try to get to a higher rank
You're right it could be a dead battery, the starter, the soleniod, or even the alternator. My guess try jumping the car or charge the battery.
Locate the switch on clutch pedal, unhook it and try to crank it if it does not attemo to crank tie the two wires tgether and grank it. all you are doing is tricking vehicle and making it think the cluch is pressed in, I have done it to my 97 hardbldy. Just use caution because it will try to crank no matter where the shifter is
A single click when you try to start the vehicle usually indicates a corroded/loose battery cable or a faulty starter solenoid/relay switch.
It could be a dead battery.
Usually, the RPM guage wont jump when u try to crank it.
Honestly it depends on the sound you are hearing when you try to crank it over. This is not 100% accurate, however in most cases if the vehicle does either of the following... 1. Clicks multiple times in succession 2. Does nothing at all, but you have dash lights and so forth It is either a bad battery or battery connection. If the vehicle makes one loud click then in most cases it is a starter issue. Good Luck!
It could mean Remotely Piloted Vehicle. For other possibilities please try the RPV wikipedia page or google.
Try looking under the starter.
The alternator might be the problem.
To do double clicks it is first easiest to start out pushing off from a table or high surface so you can jump really high. Then while you are jumping try to click your heels twice. It helps if your toes are pointed and feet are turned out. Once you can get the clicks by pushing off a surface try to then do it on your own. It takes a lot of practice but eventually you will be able to get it.
If it blows every time you try to crank the engine over, the starter may have failed.If it blows every time you try to crank the engine over, the starter may have failed.
You need a new battery!
Could be the Starter or the Transmission
If you mean ... why the crank won't turn when the key is on and the acc.'s will turn, Well sounds like crank shaft is locked up. When the crank bearings try to pile up on each other and jam the crankshaft in it's final resting place, till rebuild.
Try warrantydirect.com for a used vehicle warranty. Also, try contacting the dealership you purchased the vehicle from to see who they recommend for extended warranties.
I recently had this problem with another vehicle. If the vehicle will crank but not start, it may be a leaking fuel injector. A leaking fuel injector will flood the engine, not allowing it to start. This is especially true if the vehicle will not take a jump start. If you can hear the fuel pump (in the fuel tank) turn on when you first try to start the vehicle, then the fuel pump is working. It generally tries to stay on for about 5-7 seconds. If it will not crank, then it may be your starter. Hope this helps. SD
Dead battery? try jumping it off. bad starter solenoid? bad starter?
Commonly CKP sensor or Starter. What does it do when you try to start it? clicks
It sounds like you may have a dead battery. Have you tried getting a jump?
sounds like a weak battery or poor connection
try replacing crank sensor