did it actually crank over or did it kinda crank then click it sounds like maybe the battery doesn't have enough power but if your sure it does i'd guess its your starter. or the selinod
replace the starter
Your starter could be shot
Battery? Ignition switch?
It will not engage and send current to the starter. You will not hear a click or anything else if the ignition switch is bad. With your headlights on when you turn the ignition if the lights dim is it not the ignition switch but more than likely a bad starter. If the lights do not dim it is more than likely the ignition switch.
sounds like you missed a wire replacement when you put the starter back on
yes. unless the starter has shorted out and drained the battery or burned a system fuse all of the lights should operate as usual
anything you were ever afraid of from the dark to something lurking in the drains. if you get caught in his dead lights you are finished.
tinsels,rainbow lights,anything pretty really.
Try starting the car. If it doesn't start, then you might have a low charge in your battery! Turn the headlights on and then try to start the car - if the lights dim and you can hear the starter motor solenoid "click" or the starter turns the engine slowly then your battery is more than likely at fault. -if the lights don't dim and you can't hear anything from the starter motor then it is likely to be a loose earth connection or a loose connection to the starter motor solenoid (the thin cable out of the two that connect to your starter motor) Simples.
Will your lights headlights come on? Will anything work? Had something like that happen to me years ago. I had no lights and nothing worked. Turned out it was an alternator. There could be something else that would be wrong but, it would be something to check out.
The match head is the "reaction". its the fire starter. it has a chemical in it or something that under the right condition combusts (lights on fire). then the wood continues the fire long enough to transfer it to something else.
No. Their lights are a cold process.
I would suspect a bad headlight and / or turnsignal switch assembly. I just ran across this problem recently with an 89 Aerostar with an Astrostart remote starter. When using the remote to lock the vehicle, the parking lights flash on and off. Something with the Astrostart was keeping the parking lights on until I shut the power off to the remote starter and from that point on the parking lights shut off fine. I don't know though what in the Astrostart is causing it. I don't know anything about remote starters. The owner is happy that his battery no longer goes dead but now he has to get help with the remote starter.
yes, special tube lights without starter are available which do not require a spark.
Yes, they will not do anything to the plane like having a phone or something on could.
If the lights are bright, the starter may have failed. If the lights are dim and the starter turns over slowly (RRRRrrr . . .) the battery my need to be charged. If the lights are bright and the starter cranks normally, failures in the ignition system may be the cause. The engine needs a strong battery with clean, tight connections, fuel and spark. You are missing one of those.
Defective starter or weak battery. Can also be a loose connection at the starter.
Possible battery, starter, relay or wiring issues Peobably a dead battery. You can jump start it and let it run to see if it will charge back up. if something was left on, it may be fine. Other than that, check the cables to see if they are corroded. check to see if anything else works like the lights. if they work then you probably have a starter or electrical issue.
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.
I can not find the starter relay fuse on my caprice. I turn the key all the lights come on but that's it I checked the starter it works. no passkey light.
If the lights come on, it's obviously not the battery. It could be a number of things. IE spark plugs, ignition switches, starter, alternator etc. Also, you should make sure you have gas in the car... -_-
Loose or corroded battery cable? Engine seized? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral safety switch?
check if your lights are still on that drained the battery
If your interior lights are dimming, either your battery or starter could be failing. You should have your car checked.