try the electrical coil
if its a manual transmission try push-starting it, otherwise try jumping it.
Your 99 Neon may stall because the battery moves to one side when you turn. You should try tightening your battery cables.
Try clicking start, click on run and type iTunes. It should start up.
Try banging on the starter with a hammer from underneath while someone else repeatedly turns the key to start making the click. Your starters internal bushings and bearings are likely worn out and are not allowing motor rotation when turning the key. This problem is common after driving in the rain and/ or deep water.
It clicks?What are you talking about clicking? you turn the key to start the car and all it will do is click,click! or when you try to start it it will spin over and then stop and click.! All I can think of if your car battery isn't good enough to start the car and you will get a click or you have a bad starter and it will only click. need more info
To give a generic answer, it kinda depends on what type of click. If it is a rapid click-click-click-click... it is probably a dead (or near dead) battery. If it is just one solid "click", it is probably your starter. The single click is the sound of the selinoid clicking in to try to engage the starter. If the starter is faulty, it won't engage and turn your engine over to start.
If it does not start on the first try but it will start on the second try, and this is accurate, Meaning all the time. It is likely that the fuel pump is weak. requiring A new fuel pump. If you are sure about this, Have the fuel pressure tested before spending the dough.
Probably a weak battery
Try getting a new fuel filter.
Battery is dead, wires are loose or corroded, or starter is defective.
you have too many programs running. to fix this, try closing some programs, or if that does not help or worsens the situation, do the following: click on Start, click Run, and type Chkdsk. this will delete unnecessary files, thus making your computer run and process faster.
Right-click on service in services.msc and click on properties. Then click on the 'Dependencies' tab. Ensure the services that your service depends on are started and then try to start the service again.
It depends on where you start from. Try making the question more specific.
Could be that the positive battery feed isn't getting to the starter. Possible that the engine is locked up, need to try to turn over with a wrench.
probably a bad battery
If you have a PC, try going to "Start", click "Search" and search Paint.
I DO NOT KNOW! did you try turning the key??????? (it would a lot more helpful if you gave us more information)
try doing this : when it comes up in the computer, right click and scroll down to format, click format and click start this wipes everything on memory stick
When you try to start the engine and only get a single click on occasions, that is a sign the starter relay/solenoid is going bad.
Loose or corroded battery connections or your starter is going bad.
try distribitor cap/ or coil pack, take a plug wire off hold with rubber glove to see if there is a spark in the wire when you try to start , if there is no spark try distributor/ coil pack
There are several ways. Here are the simplist Apply 12 VDC directly to the starter and see if it cranks Jumper or bypass the relay Replace the relay When you try to start the car and you hear a click, it's probably the starter When you try to start the car and it makes no sound it could be several things. I'm assuming you are certain the battery is in good condition and fully charged.