Does it have fuel/spark/compression?
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This would be Tybalt.
Have the battery load tested at your local auto parts store, even though you think you have it charged it may be bad. Have the charging system tested also.
MAYBE IT COULD BE A BAD SENSOR. IF IT IS RUNNING GOOD I WOULD JUST IGNORE IT.
Sounds like a short on one of the battery cells. Get the local tyre and battery shop to check the battery out
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.
I would not I would buy a 12 volt charger and plug it in for a day
Check the battery cables or starter.
It would depend on the condition of the battery and if the battery charger has a jump start mode.
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.
Cause a no start situation.
is the battery dead? if not check your connections and/or for corrosion
bad battery or loose battery cable
I would start by checking the battery and fuses.
From your description I would say you could rule out the battery but not the alternator (the part that charges the battery) but it's most likely the starter
Having an electronic background, I would suggest checking the battery. Though, if the car is not able to start, a run-down battery may just be a symptom of the real problem. The question is simply too vague. For example: when was the last time you put fuel in it?
take them out . you should charge battery then be ok.
If you are using it to turn on the car a good battery would help.
Either a discharged battery or a corroded battery terminal. The battery could be discharged because the alternator isn't working.
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
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Engine seized? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid? Dirty or loose battery cables? Bad neutral switch?
could be a bad cable connection. clean the battery terminals and the clamps on the battery cables. if it continues to do it, check for a bad ground cable from the battery.
you should be able to start your jimmy up right after you install your new battery...if it doesnt, I would replace or clean your battery cable terminals and see if that works!