Proper battery connections could be at fault, how old is your battery? Check for loose and corroded terminals on your battery and starter connections. Also the starter might just be bad.
You have a flat battery! Check that your batter terminals are connected
Its a cheap way to prevent water from soaking your battery and also prevents corrosion on the terminals.
The function of battery terminals is to connect a load or charger to a cell battery. Battery terminals are necessary and common in a lot of batteries.
Battery is dead or you have a bad solenoid. Connections at the solenoid and/or starter could be loose or corroded.
You have a voltage drop in either the positive or negative battery cable. Clean all of your cable end connections ( at the starter, the engine block and again at the battery terminals). You have a voltage drop in either the positive or negative battery cable. Clean all of your cable end connections ( at the starter, the engine block and again at the battery terminals).
Corroded battery terminals, defective battery, or starter.Corroded battery terminals, defective battery, or starter.
Most battery terminals are made of lead.
the battery terminals are on the battery, obviously...the battery is in the trunk, on the right side underneath a cover. The battery connections can be found underneath the hood, in the engine compartment, on the right side, right behind the big round radiator reservoir. You'll see a little black plastic box with two big cables ....
on the battery
the most likely cause is a flat battery and or dirty battery terminals check all electrical connections from battery to starter (hope this helps)
It could be poor battery connections, the starter,
Its likely either the battery connections (terminals) are dirty, or where they connect is...or the battery while showing a charge is bad when on a load. If it starts with a jump from another car...it's the battery.
Disconnect the negative - terminal first, then the positive + terminal. Unfasten the battery hold down clamp. When reinstalling the terminal connections connect the positive terminal first.
More than likely you have corrosion at the terminals. Clean the battery terminals and then recharge the battery and see what happens.
i had the same problem on my Taurus 06. check the battery and it's connections, something is loose. i have changed the battery and cleaned the the terminals. every thing turned ok
More than likely your new alternator is a dud - check for 14.2v across the battery terminals when the engine is running. Also go over all of the wiring connections for tightness, including the battery terminals and the main earth connection to the bodyshell/ engine.
Battery terminals or battery posts.
positive and negative terminals and the battery case
Maybe the battery is defective. Check the voltage at the battery terminals with the engine running at idle. You should get 13.5 to 16 volts. If not the alternator is defective or the voltage regulator is bad. If you are getting the correct voltage, the battery is bad or the connections are corroded.
Two terminals are the battery power supply + - WHILE the 3rd terminal is a signal proportional to battery temperature which can be used to control the battery charger in the event of excessive battery temperature.
under the hood, closer to the windshield, you have to slide over a black cover to the left to reveal the battery terminals
The battery is in the boot, where the spare tire would naturally live, so I assume the terminals would be there!
The current flowing from a battery is equal to (Voltage between the battery's terminals)/(Resistance of the circuit connected to the terminals)