Dead battery or corroded battery connections.
Check your connections. bad connections can make a battery not charge or not power the phone.
Poor cable connections to the battery , or dead battery
Check the battery cables for being clean and tight. The smaller red lead goes to the power distribution box. The connections there are bad about making good contact.
Dirty or loose battery connections.
Check the battery connections.
Corroded battery post connections, defective battery, or defective starter.Corroded battery post connections, defective battery, or defective starter.
If you have no battery then you have no power.
dead cell in the battery or something is on pulling power from the battery.
Defective alternator, dead cell in battery, something on pulling power from the battery when the vehicle is idle, corroded battery cable connections, or loose alternator drive belt.
Weak battery, poor connections, damaged battery cables, etc.
Check your starter, and all power connections.
Any time you have no power to the headlamps I would concentrate on a bad battery cable or ground cable or battery connection. It works now once in a while, but if you don't get it taken care of, it will soon fail totally. Trace and clean all connections starting from the battery back thru all connections and DON'T skip any that "look good".
Dead cell in the battery. Something on which is drawing power from the battery. Stuck relay.
check your battery connections (maybe loose wires)
Your battery connections and fuses may be fine but is your battery dead ? I drove to work one day and when I came out of work I had no power to anything. I used my key to unlock the door, opened the hood and even the little light under my hood would not light up. I got a boost, drove the Explorer to the dealer, left it running but locked, and when they tested the battery it had a dead cell, so they replaced the battery.
The alternator produces power to charge the battery. The battery powers the starter to turn the engine over.
Most likely cause is a corroded set of battery connections. remove, clean and re-install.
Yes it can.
Check your battery connections, engine ground wire, and starter connections.
Yes, cause a reduction of power to the engine. It will result in a power-train malfunction error
clicking noise is probably fuel pump relay, check for battery condition, then for good connections including ground, inspect all fuses
If the battery is behind the tire in the front, You probably have dirty battery connections. the same thing happened to me and it ended up being the started the armrature or windings on the starter were bad and drained the battery
I would probably check the battery and connections first, if that isn't it then I would check all of the motor connections, and if that is still not it then I would take it to a repair shop. Hope this info helps