i had this problem with my 2004. It has to do with the antitheft system. that and shutting down when you hit 7 mph. I forgot what it said to do, but it had something to do with the key. Unfortunatly mine had half broke off in ignition and other i used to start. coulndt remove whole key, so i had to pay big buck for computer to be reset.
When this problem came up with my dodge stratus my husband found that a fuse was blown. We changed our battery and it would not start for us either. but as soon as he fixed some wiring and changed the fuse it was fine.
1987 chev corvette put in new altornator and battery.started that day ,the next day it wood not start ,gave her a jump and it wood start ,but then i wood take the cabbles of the battery and it would die agien
A faulty belt tensioner and/or a worn belt. A run down battery could add to it.
A lot of the time Chevy used aluminum battery cables in their cars,(in particular my 1980) I was continually having starting and battery problems until I replaced the cables with copper.
It would be a very good idea to start your stored car a few times. If you have no problem starting it you would not have to charge the battery.
Turns over but will not start or will not turn over? Is there a small wire at the battery, positive side that is not connected?
HI, I have a clio 172, i have recently had that problem with my car, what would be worth doing is actually changing the battery in the key fob, if the battery is week it will not recognise the key and therefore not start. It will crank but not fully start, I changed my battery in the key fob and started first time after!
Yes, the only difference is the steering ratio, which can be changed.
== == Having the battery disconnected will affect the on board computer, and you should also check the starter circuit, for a problem that MAY have drained the battery in th first place. You need a professional mechanic.
Either the battery has a dead cell which is draining it or, something is on which s drawing power.
Sounds like a short on one of the battery cells. Get the local tyre and battery shop to check the battery out
check your altinator it may not be charging the battery or your turmials to your battery to see if they are loose then if that fails i would start thing insuffecent fuel supply I second that. Alternator problem!
A friend had the same problem with his 87 Corvette . His was the chip in the ignition key . Had to replace ignition switch and key , about 40 dollars for the parts .
Battery or battery cables would be the first thing I would look at.Battery or battery cables would be the first thing I would look at.
Sounds like a dead battery.
I would not I would buy a 12 volt charger and plug it in for a day
Driver side of the engine would be a good place to start looking.
Check the battery cables or starter.
When you disconnect the battery cables to service / or change the battery , the vehicle has to relearn it's " drive cycle " so it may not idle correctly , the transmission may not shift properly etc. until everthing is " relearned "
First check the cables going to the battery and where they connect to the battery and the body of the car and engine and to the starter if all of that is good then I would think that it may be the starter.
It would depend on the condition of the battery and if the battery charger has a jump start mode.
Since there was no 1927 Corvette the answer would be NO.
Cause a no start situation.
I would start it if possible not?then at-least your not dealing with a dead battery when it comes time to take it out of storage.
is the battery dead? if not check your connections and/or for corrosion