A battery will only hold a charge for so long withouit being started. Your best bet is if you know you aren't going to drive the car for awhile, go out and at least start the car and let it run for about 15 minutes, this will help the alternator charge the battery and keep it fresh. Also, you might want to check the battery cells and make sure the battery has enough liquid to generate and hold a charge. If the cells are low, use distilled water only to fill them.
Even after I put a new battery the car would not start easily. Please help.
alternator or bad wires
The most common cause of automobile starting problems; is the battery needs to be charged. When the battery will not take a charge. It needs to be replaced.
try checking the battery cables
Hard starting, corrosion at terminals, eventually cause a weak charge on the battery from cranking too much, will not start at all, can cause your carburetor to flood.
Your spark plugs.
no it cant as, as long as the light isn't on
Believe it or not, it may be as simple as a bad battery cable. Have the cables tested for power drain.
Ckean bith ends of the battery cables.
Possibly a bad alternator. The Alternator charges the battery when the vehicle is running. If the battery is not being charged this could cause the vehicle not to start.
No. A loose battery connector will cause problems drawing power from the battery to start the vehicle, and it may present a bit of a problem charging it (but that is not likely because the charging current is low compared to the starting current). If you have a loose connector and the battery goes dead, clean and tighten your battery terminals and start making some checks. The loose connector will not cause your battery to go dead.
No, a defective battery will prevent the engine from starting but once it is running the battery will not cause hesitation. the the starter relay is disengaged , and the alternator takes over battery charging via voltage regulator . voltage regulator prevents power surges and prevents voltage fluctuation.
The answer is no . The battery starts you vehicle , the alternator charges the battery so if your alternator is bad your battery is not receiving a charge which will cause a "no start" condition.
It's probably your Alternator that is going bad. That is if the battery and brake lights came on at the same time.
not really. as long as its a 14.4 volt battery you should be fine. but if your battery is too small, like a motorcycle battery, or the volts jus dont add up, then yes. Gen-R
Button cell battery is that battery which is used inside our digital wrist watches. it is 1.5 volt d.c battery and it is capable for power our digital watch for several months up to 18 months. but a short circuit can totally discharge it. so avoid it from short circuiting and touching with finger(cause discharge through your body.)
There is more than one possible cause, but the most common cause would be an exhausted battery. Having no gas in the tank would be another problem with starting.
try the neutral safety switch
No, a starter cannot cause a battery to fail to charge. It could cause the battery to discharge quickly.
Have the alternator checked.
A faulty camshaft can cause your 1991 Nissan Maxima to idle erratically. A diagnostic test could verify the cause of the improper idling speed.
No, You do not need a key fob to start a car. When starting a car, you put the key in the ignition and turn. Power comes from car battery, not from the key fob battery!
the starter may not be good or the connection on the starter may be loose
Its a sign that either your battery or alternator is starting to fail.