Could be in the fuel system-not getting gas, which can come from quite a few reasons. The Ignition system may not be providing enough spark. New cars have "brains"/sensors at different locations that detect problems or become the source of the problem. More info on year/make/model & exactly what it is doing when it doesn't start is needed.
All that is necessary for a (gasoline) engine to work is fuel, compression and electricity. If there is no fuel it won't run. If the pistons do not provide compression (to the fuel) it will not run. If there is no spark (electricity) it won't run.
A bad starter will cause it not to start.
A bad solenoid (to turn on the starter) will cause it not to start.
Bad connections at the battery will cause it not to start.
Bad connections at the starter will cause it not to start.
On many newer cars, something as simple as a not properly tightened gas cap will cause it not to start.
No compression will cause it not to start.
Dirty gas or a dirty gas filter will cause it not to start.
No, a starter cannot cause a battery to fail to charge. It could cause the battery to discharge quickly.
why would my starter wire burn, going from starter to battery
bad starter or bad connection to starter or bad ground on battery or starter
check battery if it has water and check the starter
Could be the starter relay
Starter selenoid no good
A bad starter. A loose connection @ the terminal ends-the battery cables-the starter solonoid-IF IT has Rubber covers around the battery ends corrosion from battery acid could cause it.EVEN a bad ground on the engine from the battery 2 the frame.(battery cables) The battery cable ends could be corroded and should be cleaned. The next step would be to check the starter selenoid and then the starter.
It could but, have the battery tested before you purchase a new starter.
yes of course
Yes. Without sufficient charge, the starter will not have enough amperage to crank.
No, unless you were hit hard enough to damage the battery or battery connections.
the starter may not be good or the connection on the starter may be loose
if you have good battery and cable connections, the starter motor or starter relay is bad
Sounds like a starter issue. Bad wire to the starter could cause it.
Corrosion on the wires, bad starter or starter solenoid, worn flywheel or flexplate, many things. Even just corroded battery terminals could cause no start.
If you have no battery then you have no power.
Could be a bad battery or starter.
no , only the concrete and other cemented floors ....
starter, starter relay, battery, high resistance in batter/starter cabels just a few things that will cause this.
The old starter might of blew your battery. I would either recheck the wires to the starter make sure I did it correctly and if you did I would buy a new battery. I JUST had the same thing happen. 79 bucks for a new battery just cause its "special" really sucks!
Several things a weak battery , the terminals on the battery are not tight enough or a bad starter.
Weak battery, corroded or loose battery cables, failed starter.
I'd recommend you do a battery test and charging system test. The battery would be my first suspect.
Weak battery, bad connection Bad starter