There could be an issue with your starter or the starter solenoid. Have it checked, but either part might need to be replaced.
you may need 2 to 4 batteries this depends on how the batteries are installed,but at the bottom end it takes 24 volts to turn starter motor
Many things. No fuel, dead batteries, or the most possible a bad starter. There may be one bad spot on the starter.
You know when the starter on your nissan maxima is going bad when your car doesnt start/ even when someone gives you a boost, all your fuses are fine, and none of them are NOT blown. You know its your starter and NOT alernator when you take another battery from a car thats been driven and their battery is ok and you put it into your car and the car will not start. If its the alternator, then the car would start in that case.
Batteries don't "click," but other parts do. If you're hearing that "click," it's probably the starter solenoid trying to engage. Either the battery's charge is low, the starter solenoid has failed, or the starter motor itself has failed. On some older cars, especially Fords, the "click" could also be a remote starter relay.
how do you start the car by touching the starter
Remove and replace the starter.
Super Start batteries are an in house brand of Oreilly Auto Parts. They are their own brand.
I would have you'er starter tested. mine did the same thing. you will need a swivel socket to remove the top bolt of you'er starter.
You can start an 18 wheeler with 3 batteries, but if the semi sits for 2 days or more it may not start, that is why they require 4 batteries, that forth battery will help start the engine even after a week of sitting, the reason for this, is because the ECM is always pulling power from the batteries.
The head lights, radio, and eveything else works, but the car will not start. I checked the starter and it was good. The battery is good, but whatever it is causes the battery to have a low charge. Could it be the alternator
Start with no starter??That car isn't going anywhere unless you change the starter or tow it.
it start by starter motor
In most cases yes, they use batteries to start the engine.
These answers by mechanics about dead batteries are amazing me. I am a girl...really into cars because I have had a few. I just had this problem in my 1989 classic Saab. The problem is your starter...The clicking sound means that the pin inside of the starter is not projecting itself and thats why when you turn your key you hear a clicking. Get your starter tested
Probably a bad starter solenoid.
I have run boats with 3-71s. You need a starter to start that engine. The starter could be an electric starter or an air starter, or even a hydraulic starter.
one word. starter..
The starter or battery could be weak. The weakness will cause the starter to turn too slowly to start the truck.
Seized engine? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak batteries? Flat spot on starter? Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch?
Either your starter solenoid, if not check the neutral safety or clutch safety switch.
you might try to move your steering wheel at the same time you are turning the key in the ingition. The lock mechanism might be in a bind.
Battery boost in a Mandalay is used when you need ALL of the power you can get from ALL of your batteries to power something. If you 2 starter batteries are too low to start the engine, push that button and right away all of the power in the COACH batteries is diverted to the engine to start it up. It also works the same way to start the generator, and several other things. I own a 2004 Mandalay 40B, so I know what I'm talking about.
There is no battery in the starter.
You need a new starter