Why?? It is Too small and does not have enough cranking amps to work properly.
Simply as the clock move it also produce motion by the power of the battery. In electric car the is a storage as battery that store the charge and when the car require it it acceleration to it
You may have to disconnect and recharge your car battery for your car stereo to work again.
Cleaning the battery terminals had nothing to do with the engine not idling properly. Just a coincidence.
take the car to a repair shop and have them put a battery tester on it. it may be the alternator or the battery the tester will tell
As long as the cables are connected properly.
No , for the battery to be charged the engine must be running . This means that your alternator , if it's functioning properly , is charging the car's battery as the engine is on/running .
The hazard lights get their power from the battery so if the battery is dead they will not work.
Most likely your alternator is not working properly.
If the donor vehicle is running and has a properly functioning alternator, no.
Yes, if the battery is weak it will not provide enough electrical energy to properly operate the starter.