Seized Up... wow very bad response. Check to make sure your battery terminals are good and cleaned. Be sure also that all wires are properly connected. Re-check your installation and try it. If it clicked you may need to replace the terminal connectors with some brass ones. I always use those and they work GREAT!!!!
The alternator is not charging the battery, therefore, the coil is getting it's charge only from the battery.
make sure the small wire is hook to the post
It sounds like you have a break in the wire which connects your alternator to your battery, get it checked out.
Battery is dead?
Make sure the battery cables are making good contact with the battery and are clean and tight.
something is draining the battery. a new battery will last a couple days if just starting the car. even if your alternator is bad.
i had this happen once on an 03 dodge minivan. the alternator went bad and the battery was going dead but had enough power to get the engine started. once i replaced the alternator and charged the battery the gauges worked again. good luck!
Yes, the car can be started with the battery charger attached to the battery as a boost.I been doing that for years.
I had the same problem on my '96 golf mk 3, it can be either a) not making contact on battery terminals or b) the battery needs to be replaced... Hope it helps 1) new battery may be the needed if its not solved, check the fuses (couple need be replaced) ,i did that started working.
My epc light came on because of battery failure. My battery was acting funny and barely starting the car. I went to autozone and had them check my battery which ended up having a bad cell. I replaced the battery and the car easily started up. After the car started the light never came back on.
This is not a battery problem. Your charging system, the alternator, is not putting out enough juice to charge the battery until you reach 4000 rpm. Have the alternator and charging system checked.
First, why was the battery replaced? If there was a pre-existing problem (like a bad starter, for example), replacing the battery will not solve the problem. If, however, the car started fine before battery replacement, then the problem could be that the battery terminals (clamps) were not sufficiently tightened. Don't laugh, but there have been instances where the plastic cap(s) covering the new battery's positive and negative terminals were not removed (duh!). Remove those plastic caps.