Dead or weak battery? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid? Loose or corroded battery cables? Defective neutral switch?
start back at the battery, are the leads corroded? is there a clicking noise when the starter is engaged but the starter wont turn? are the leads from the battery to the starter in good condition. Usually any sign of a white powder around the battery or a lot of dirt is a sign of needing attention. The clicking could be a starter relay aor the starter itself needing replacement.
Check your connections. bad connections can make a battery not charge or not power the phone.
Compression TestingYes, IF your battery can "crank" [turn the engine over] then a compression test can be accomplished even though the engine will not start and run.You need to remove all of the spark plugs to reduce the "drag" caused by all of the other cylinders not under test.Attach the compression tester to one cylinder at a time, and then crank the engine for a few seconds. Read and write down the reading, and then move to the next cylinder until you've check them all.If your battery is low, you may not get full readings, but for comparing cylinder readings, the ratios will be about the same.
Theirs a battery on the bottom right screen.If it full then that means the battery's fully charged.
Try changing the crank sensor it worked on my 1993. Behind the harmonic balancer.
Hi - crank throw is equivalent to half the full stroke of the piston -- ie distance from to to bottom.
First of all the battery needs to be tested and/or charged to full capacity. Your local auto parts store will do that for you. If the battery checks good and all connections are clean and tight, the small purple wire attached to the small "S" terminal on the starter solenoid should have battery power when the key is held in the crank position. If you have power there, I would suspect a starter/solenoid problem. If you don't have power at the "S" terminal when the key is held on the crank position, I would suspect the neutral safety switch or the ignition switch or related wiring could at fault.
Your battery may be worn out. When you use electricity to run the laptop your battery should not be in your laptop. The power will run through the battery making it drain. Either replace your battery, or take it to get it check out if it is still under warrenty.
Some do when they are kittens, but not all. Even they are full grown they still can.
A battery can show full charge but it also needs the right amount of amps to turn your car over. Even if your battery is at full charge and putting out all the amps it needs you could still have excessive resistance in your starting electrical system. If your entire starting electrical system is good than you could have mechanical problems in your engine that are making the engine much harder than normal to turn. It could also be that the bushings on the starter are worn, causing the starter to drag and not spin fast enough to start the engine.