you need a new ignition tumbler.
Battery is dead.
Could be poor battery connection.
you need a new batt.
Car battery is run down.
i need help with my car
Check the battery cables. If there is no corrosion and you have good connections, then the starter solenoid/relay may be at fault.
the battery is dead
It's sounds like your low on freon.
AnswerDim lights and lots of clicks is an indication of too low a charge on the battery. When jump-starting, allow the battery to be attached to the jumper cables for about 5 minutes before trying to crank the engine. If that fails, check for loose battery cables at the battery, ground, or starter. If all connections are good, then the battery is too far gone and must be replaced. Note: You need to find out why the battery discharged - did you leave the lights on? is the alternator bad?.
bad solenoid...if that doesnt fix it and still smokes check cables to battery and proper grounds
If the theft lights blink, then that is just to scare criminals away and you can start it with any method you want to. If you are trying to break in(BAD), are hot-wireing it, or are messing with the onboard computer, then the car has detected you are trying to break into it and will not start.
Your battery is not giving enough power to start the car. It may be battery, alternator, voltage regulator or bad cables.
Most likely your car battery is completley dead.
it could be a bad chip in the key or the starter. i could almost gaurantee that if you keep trying to turn it on it will start. i know someone with the same problem, and he turns the key over and over and it started.
yes but wont run for long, you will have no lights, horn, radio ect.
Bad battery, starting motor or both.
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
clicking when trying to start is usually caused by flat battery check charge in battery if not battery ,you need to eplace starter mptor
Weak battery or bad starter solenoid. Possibly a bad battery cable or corroded connection.
It can very well be the battery. Takes almost no amperage to operate a radio. I would suspect it is either the battery or the battery connections.
Check the battery. Seems odd but give it a jump and it should start.
A car that makes a clicking noise when you are trying to start usually has a bad alternator. If the car clicks just one time when you try to start it, it could be the starter.
When the user clicks on the Start button, programs that are to be displayed permanently are shown in the ________ area