Check the alternator. If a bearing is semi-messed up it could be super heating and actually try and stall the motor. It also does not sound like it is charging. Go to an auto part store and pick up a voltmeter. 10-20 bucks. Start the truck and hook it up to the battery. With it off the meter should be registering between 10-12 volts. With it running, it should be around 12+ - 14 volts. If it is, than the alternator is charging okay. Still check the pulley on it with the belt removed to see that it is spinning smoothly.
get a new battery and put it in
Replace the battery or the carbarreta
because its out of gas
Good chance that your battery is low.
check your timing belt
You unplugged the battery and it won't start? What's the problem, maybe no Electrical Circuit? PLUG UP THE BATTERY and try again or get a GOOD BATTERY and try again or check FUSES/RELAYS.
One car stopped behaving that way when the battery was replaced.
The battery is needed for the car to start. Re-install the battery and try again.
The most common reason for your 1999 Ford Ranger pickup truck not to start is a battery that needs to be charged. Charge the battery for a minimum of 15 minutes.
when you unhook the battery the computer probably resets itself.
Idle means to have stopped for the moment - bit like pause - it could start again any moment where as stop is where something has stopped for good. Won't start again. I hope this helps
Sounds like a dead battery. You need the battery to start the car, but once it is running the engine runs completely off of the alternator (which also recharges the battery if the battery is still good).
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).
Look for a bad connection to the starter selenoid or battery.
check your battery then the connections if it still wont start try changing the starter solenoid if possible
It could be a loose battery terminal or dead battery! A faulty starter solenoid/relay will often only click once when tryong to start the vehicle.
bad battery or loose battery cable
you save again or start all over
A segment or curve cannot start and then start again without having stopped!
Try a new or other battery. You need around 14 volts to start vehicle. If vehicle starts with other or new battery. Then have your alternator check. Any Auto Zone will check it for FREE.
Get a new starter...lol.
you should first check the battery with a load tester. fill battery charge battery test again replace if needed
The battery is dead - you would need to boost the vehicle in order for it to start , but once you shut the vehicle off it will not start again without boosting or hooking it up to a battery charger
Need to service transmission filter.
Loose cables, bad battery, alternator or starter.