The starter solenoid, or ignition switch is bad, and either one needs to be replaced.
Replace the starter
If it does not turn over, but the lights work, you have a bad starter.
you have a magnetic starter on this vehicle, the starter is no good, you might try to hit it with a hammer to get it to start.
most likely it is the starter. try moving the van a little bit or banging on the starter with a hammer ... then try to start it again..... if it starts then it is the starter , if not , it may need to be diagnosed by a repair shop ...
Yes, a bad starter or starter solenoid can be the reason for a car not starting but all the lights coming on. It could be a battery going bad or being drained.
If the headlights will come on bright it's probably the starter. If the lights are dim it may be the battery. If you try jumper cables and it won't start it's probably the starter.
Starter, replace the contacts and plunger
dead battery or a broken wire between the battery and the starter
Could be battery, battery connections, starter, starter connections, neutral safety switch. I would check those in that order.
Yes, the clicking is the starter, but there's probably nothing wrong with it. Your battery doesn't have enough juice to turn the starter motor (draws lots of current), but still has enough to turn on the lights and accessories. Try jump starting it or trickle charge the battery.
most likely tha starter is bad or the power to the starter is bad
There is many different things that can be wrong. If you have lights but the starter won't spin, then you could have a bad break light switch,a bad starter switch, bad starter solenoid, or even a bad starter. If the starter does spin but the motor won't start it could be a bad spark plug, bad coil, fuel blockage, carburetor that needs to be cleaned out, or bad stator.
Have you checked it's starter?
Your battery is dead and you should probably take it to the repair shop and have them put it in for you. Couldn't it be the starter motor? The lights and radio come on, so there must be some juice and the battery.
The starter solenoid or relay switch needs to be replaced. Definitely not true, start out with something a little more simple, clean your battery terminals and make sure they are tight, that is usually when you will hear clicking.
On my 98 sunfire, the tail lights and marker lights only work if you turn on the headlights. If only the daytime lights are on, the Pontiac on the trunk is illuminated but no other lights at the rear until brakes or turn signals are activated. This is common with a lot of vehicles out there. Daytime running lights are not necessarily the same candle power as the headlights. I can tell a big difference in mine.
does all your lights go out when you start it you may have a lose ground on your battery might should clean posts. your starter was probably not brand new the solenoid may be bad also
First of all is the lights working in the car? (over head lights or any kind of lights) If your not getting anything at all (no lights) then you should check the battery. If the lights are working then I would check your starter. Most of the time if you take the battery somewhere to get checked they will do it for free. So I would start there. Did you try to get a jump to see if that would start it? Hope this helped some.
It could be a bad battery battery does not have enough power in it to make starter to work.
Bad starter, bad flywheel/ring gear, bad starter/flywheel alignment.
there might be something wrong with your starter or alternator
are you getting fuel?
possiblly the starter or fuel pump is out.