Note: You need to find out why the battery discharged - did you leave the lights on? is the alternator bad?.
Jump start car and ensure battery and alternator are good.
First of all is the lights working in the car? (over head lights or any kind of lights) If your not getting anything at all (no lights) then you should check the battery. If the lights are working then I would check your starter. Most of the time if you take the battery somewhere to get checked they will do it for free. So I would start there. Did you try to get a jump to see if that would start it? Hope this helped some.
It sounds like you may have a dead battery. Have you tried getting a jump?
Jump it, there is not enough power to starter. Ensure alternator and battery are good.
When you jump start, at first there is only a little charge, and that charge has to go to all electronic features in your car, like the lights, radio, dash
You need to charge your battery or get a jump. Replace the battery or have it checked because it is dead.
Your battery is not giving enough power to start the car. It may be battery, alternator, voltage regulator or bad cables.
Flat battery or sticky starter motor / solenoid - try re-charging battery or get a jump start Flat battery or sticky starter motor / solenoid - try re-charging battery or get a jump start
Check your battery connections. If they're tight and no corrosion is present, then your battery may be dead. Recharge or jump start the battery. Still clicking? Replace the starter.
even with the lights on, the battery may still be weak... try jump starting it, and see if it works...if not.. starter, ignition switch or other safety switch.. dave
Could be a number of reasons but the first one that comes to mind is that the starter assembly is NG (no good).
Check the battery. Seems odd but give it a jump and it should start.
Some times the battery will have enough power to turn lights on but not enough to turn the engine over. Try to jump start it or replace battery with one you know is charged. By the way-nice car.
The starter is probably at fault. Hit it with a hammer real good and if it starts it is the starter for sure. That won''t work but a few times.
Sounds like it could be your battery, it might just need a jump. If not try banging your starter alittle with a hammer.
If it does nothing you have a loose or corroded battery connection. If it clicks and will not start then the starter may be frozen and or defective. I would also try jump starting it to make sure the battery is good even though it shows full charge.
if the battery is completely dead you cant get enought amps thru jumper cables to the starter motor
could be the starter motor
jump start the car and get a new battery and if it isn't the battery it could be the alternator or both, but try a new battery first
I have a 1994 Polaris 4x4 with a battery that is about 9 months old and it won't start. I can hear the cylinoid clicking which is next to the battery. I have tried to jump the battery, but have no change in the results. The lights seem nice and bright so I don't think the battery is dead. I am leaning towards a starter problem, is this correct?
When your lights are on and your engine is not running you are taking the power for your car lights directly from your battery. If you leave them on long enough, you will run down your battery and your car will not start. Then you will need a jump.
To do double clicks it is first easiest to start out pushing off from a table or high surface so you can jump really high. Then while you are jumping try to click your heels twice. It helps if your toes are pointed and feet are turned out. Once you can get the clicks by pushing off a surface try to then do it on your own. It takes a lot of practice but eventually you will be able to get it.
Not normally but it is recommended to keep the lights on to help control power surges
two very good possibilities are the battery, and the starter. its easy to test, just try to jump start it. if it still just clicks it needs a starter. if it starts its probably the battery.