What is wrong if when you turn the key the engine clicks but does not turn over yet it has a fresh battery?
Check to make sure you connections are all tight.
What is wrong if the starter clicks but won't start if the radio works so it can't be the battery and it has a new starter?
One of a few things depending on the click. If it makes consecutive clicks when you turn the key (click,click,click,click) then the odds are the battery is dead or in need of charging and there just isn't enough charge to fully engage the starter and turn over the engine. If it clicks just once, the selenoid is usually bad, or the starter is "locked" and will need to be replaced.
If the solenoid on a 1995 Isuzu Trooper clicks but the starter will not crank although the engine cranked slowly for a couple of weeks what is wrong?
Check the battery. If there isn't enough of a charge in the battery it could be a faulty battery or a faulty alternator. If you have a meter, test the voltage across the batttery terminals, it should show slightly over 12 volts and when you attempt to start the engine it should not drop more than 1 or 2 volts. If that's the case, have someone help you jump start the engine and take the…
1996 Saturn SL won't start and new starter still clicks so tried jumping it but still clicks finally connected positive from booster battery directly to starter and it started what's wrong?
What is wrong with a 1996 ford contour when you try to start it all you hear is a lot of clicks and all the dash lights flash on and wipers turn on No starting of the engine though?
Whats wrong with an 88 ford aerostar when you replace the starter battery alternator and starter solenoid and it still wont start just clicks?
Whenever a starter motor in any vehicle clicks it is telling you that it is not getting enough current.At this point I would probably replace the cables and make sure that the ground cable is attached to clean metal and grounded to the engine and a secondary cable is grounded from engine to the frame. Over time these connections corrode ,sometimes from the inside out. A starter motor generates around 20hp so they require a…
Answer 1 - Vehicle Will Start When "Jumped" There could be several causes, but based on "...clicks once won't start starts when jumped.." suggests that there is something wrong within the cables or terminal clamps or connectors [corrosion inside that can't be observed] between the battery and solenoid, OR possibly a defective solenoid.
When i try to start my 91 corolla it just clicks i replaced the starter yesterday and it still just clicks yesterday i jumped it and it started right up today i tried to jump it and it still clicks?
No. As long as the battery is a 12 volt battery the physical size of the battery does not matter. It can have 300 CCA or 600 CCA. It will still start the engine and will not damage the starter. The reason there are different sizes is so the fit in the battery space snugly and the battery post are oriented properly.
What is wrong with my Renault laguna 1998 when you turn the key and everything goes dead or turn the key and the starter motor just clicks and wont start and sometimes it will?
Sounds like bad battery connections, clean and tighten them and try again. Have the battery checked if no luck ++ Loose connections ++ This just happened to my laguna. The two connections giving power to the starter motor were loose. Couple of quick turns and it fired up first time. Took an hour to get to it as it's buried deep in the engine.
Filled up with gas engine sputtered and stalled at home wont start but it cranks what is wrong with it?
Did you check the battery? Maybe you left yoru lights on. I don't know if it would be spark plugs but you might want to check that out to. It clicks when you turn the key.....probably the battery or starter. alternator...pretty sure your car won't click or crank with that out. crank, hmmm, like it is trying to start when it's really cold out? You might have something in your gas line. Hope this helps…
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.
Not really as long as you have the correct size 12 volt battery the CCA rating will not effect the batteries initial ability to start the engine. It may not be able to turn the engine over as long as a higher rated battery but it will start the engine if all is as it should be. A sluggish start sounds like you may have a starter going bad.