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Answered 2014-04-21 02:03:24

No, You do not need a key fob to start a car. When starting a car, you put the key in the ignition and turn. Power comes from car battery, not from the key fob battery!

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Dead battery, car will not start

Certainly, a loose wire on the car battery can cause the car not to start.

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Get a donor car and use it's battery to start your car. You will need a set of quality jumper cables. Or you can charge the dead battery on the car for about 2 hours with a good 10 amp battery charger.

If your car battery is dead, you will not be able to start your vehicle without a jump using jumper cables. When the car won't start and the lights on the dash aren't working, it is most likely your battery.

Yes, one bad cell in a car battery will cause the car not to start.

Do you mean "jump start"? If so, yes- it requires a car with a good battery, and a set of jumper cables- connected the RIGHT way between the two vehicles. With older vehicle, it was possible to "push start" the car with the dead battery- but with modern electronics, and a completely dead battery, will not work.

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Dead cell in the battery or something is on pulling power from the battery. If it is a dead cell the battery must be replaced.

Dead battery or dirty/loose battery connection.

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spark plug or battery dead

Try start the car. Check the voltage.

The battery just isn't holding a charge. Time for a new one. Batteries can die suddenly like this.

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A dead cell in your battery would do that . When you open the hood does your underhood light come on ? or if you have the key in the ignition and the drivers door open do you hear the chime ? if not it could be a poor battery cable connection or a dead battery

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It should start with new battery but your battery will go dead fast.

Yes, but you will have to connect the jumper cables and let the donor car run for about 15 minutes to get enough charge in the dead battery so it will start the car.

It is probably a dead battery.

Dead cell in the battery, any light on the car that is staying on, or a stuck relay.