One of two things can cause this clicking without a response from the starter, 1 the contacts inside the solenoid are burned or dirty and 2 the starter itself is faulty. The starter solenoid is mounted on the starter. I would assume that this is where the click is coming from there are two large terminals on this solenoid. One is the Battery power direct from the battery and the second is the output to the starter motor. The solenoid is basicaly and electromagnetic switch or relay that makes contact between that battery and the starter when you turn the key. Take a piece of heavy duty wire or a screwdriver and bridge the two bolts on the solenoid where the terminals are afixed , if the starter then turns you can be sure that the solenoid is faulty If the stater does not turn when bridging these two points then you can be sure that there is a fault in the starter motor Hope this is of help
Sounds like the ignition switch.
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.
Probably ignition switch. Have it checked out.
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.
Defective ignition switch, or bad starter.
nothing works and I replaced the battery. to the fob
Probably a bad ignition switch or ignition lock cylinder. Good Luck!!
with a fully charged battery and clean connections to the starter and battery check fuses first and if good, replace ignition switch under steering column
It could be a bad battery, or connection. A bad starter and or solenoid could be the problem, along with an ignition switch to name a few.
Bad starter solenoid? Loose or corroded battery terminals? Weak battery? Bad neutral switch?
The same places that would replace any other watch battery. Nothing that special about a Skagen watch from that perspective.
Nothing, as long as they're both the same voltage. The 18 Ah battery has just slightly more power. It will work perfectly.
Did you try checking or replacing the battery? Usually clicking when trying to start means dirty battery terminals or a dead battery. That's the first thing to check, before ignition switches, ignition relays, and starters; auto parts stores will check it for free. If it's dirty or corroded terminals, clean them up and try starting again. If it's dead and old, just replace it. It it's a new battery and it's dead, check your charging system (alternator, fuses, belts, etc).
Check for bad connections or fusable link
Ignition Coil Output Voltage versus a Weak BatteryYes, an ignition coil is nothing more than a dedicated, specialized transformer. As such, the lower the voltage in the primary winding, then the lower the voltage induced in the secondary [output] winding.
bad ignition switch, bad battery, bad alternator/regulator,
Dead battery, defective ignition switch, blown main fuse, loose or corroded battery cable at either end.
Bad starter? Bad neutral switch? ignition switch?
the wiring or the fuse panel itself... time to break out the multimeter probably ignition switch Everyone should have a manual, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for copies in the reference section (FOR FREE)...read up and fix 'em like the pro's...! :) Dave
have u checked ur battery battery, either its dead, connections are corroded or mice ate their way through
might be starter relay, or the crank circuitry from the switch or to the starter from the relay. I would trace back from the starter to the starter relay back through the neutral safety switch to the ignition switch.
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.
u might have broke something the actual ignition lock cylinder, that would be my guess from the sounds of it.
The battery & the starter turn the engine via the flywheel, but has nothing to do with wether or not ignition itself is functional. Verify is firing.
Make sure that car has gas in it. Then check if the starter.