A bad starter. A loose connection @ the terminal ends-the battery cables-the starter solonoid-IF IT has Rubber covers around the battery ends corrosion from battery acid could cause it.EVEN a bad ground on the engine from the battery 2 the frame.(battery cables) The battery cable ends could be corroded and should be cleaned. The next step would be to check the starter selenoid and then the starter.
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.
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try checking the battery cables
no it doesn't Corrosion on the top of a car battery can allow electrical flow from one post to the other which will drain the battery.
Yes, a dead cell in the battery or something is on drawing power from the battery.
no , only the concrete and other cemented floors ....
The battery power is not reaching the starter. You have other problems...
yes...as long as the cold cranking amps and voltage are at least that of the battery you took out of the car you are trying to replace the battery to.
Not really. If it is done correctly and you have your engine running at the time it probably won't hurt your battery. Do be careful though not to try to jump something that requires more than your battery can put out. For instance a battery for a 4 cylinder trying to jump a large V-8 may cause the smaller battery to overheat. Check the top of the battery for the cold cranking amp rating (CCA) and if you are within 50 cca you should be OKAY.
better to jump a small battery with a big one. The other way (trying to jump BIG battery with a small one) may result in smaller battery being too weak to do the job or damage to the small battery. The scenario as you have described it is OK.
Low voltage from the battery, can be caused by a faulty battery or an alternator that isn't functioning properly. Bad starter Corroded battery connections or other electrical connections.
The battery may be dead or simply might have been ruined by a drop or other accidental damage. Try charging the battery first before trying other methods of reviving your phone.