Hey Donyia==You need to include what kind of car, what engine you have and more information on what happened. I am guessing that you left some light on possibly the glove box light. If the smoke is white you have coolant getting in the engine. If it is black it is running too rich. If it is blue, it is burning oil for some reason. GoodluckJoe
A completely dead battery or a bad connection to the battery.
Internal short in the lead plates, time for a new battery.
You need to charge the battery with a battery charger.
If the battery will not hold a charge it more than likely has a dead cell. If the battery is over 4 years old, replace it.
No, why would you even think that is possible?
yes because the battery is what helps the car power most of the car.
Get a donor car and use it's battery to start your car. You will need a set of quality jumper cables. Or you can charge the dead battery on the car for about 2 hours with a good 10 amp battery charger.
No, this will place a very heavy load on the alternator of the car and may result in burning out the diodes of the car charging the battery. You could easily ruin the alternator. Purchase a battery charger and charge the dead battery with that. Alternators are not made to charge dead batteries.
I would use my key
If your car has a battery and it's dead, you can call a friend who has some jumper cables. You can hook the jumper cables up to his battery and your car's battery. It should create electricity that will renew your battery. If your car does not have a battery, you would have to push it or get it towed.
Jump the car from another car battery or hook a charger to the battery.
The problem is probably the alternator. If the alternator fails to keep the battery charged the battery will keep the car running until it can no longer supply voltage to essential systems and the car will stall.
Dead battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Blown fusable link?
A dead cell in the battery will cause this. Also, any light that is on pulling power from the battery. Another possibility is a stuck relay.
A dead battery will have no effect on the computer in the car any more than unplugging your home computer.
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Once the smoke escapes you cannot put it back! Seriously, though, Make sure that the Ground is connected to the chassis/solid grounding point and not the battery, make sure the donor car runs for a minute or two while connected before attempting to start the dead car. Also helps to increase the RPM of the donor car while cranking the other.
If your car battery is dead, you will not be able to start your vehicle without a jump using jumper cables. When the car won't start and the lights on the dash aren't working, it is most likely your battery.
Car battery jumpers are used to revive a dead battery in your vehicle. This is done by connecting a pair of jumper cables from a running car, or booster car, to the car with the dead battery. Once these are connected, the booster vehicle is started and begins to charge the non-working vehicle.
For an external GPS, yes, assuming that battery is not also dead.
use the key to get in pop the hood and jump charge the car battery if this is not possible phone your main dealer
No, a car battery does not have mercury in it. It would be very dangerous to have mercury in a car battery.
Dead battery ?
If your battery is dead then you are going nowhere therefore why would you need to take the car out of park? Get a jump start from another car with a good battery and then you can start your car and drive to the nearest battery dealer and buy a new battery if need be. Otherwise just put a battery charger on your battery and let it fully charge.