Have you checked your fuel pump?If not i would say that is your problem.If it is it will cost you a pretty penny to get a new one.It is located in the fuel tank.Try to reset the fuel pump with the switch in the trunk. Hope you figure it uot buddy. Also try your distributor. They have a intergrated pick up coil built into it, ie; the pick up coil can not be replaced in the distributor. It's a "throw away". The distributor has to be replaced and is a costly item. I would try a salvage yard first and try a used one. Same thing happened to my 97 and that did the trick and saved me big bucks
its the baterry
Defective, corroded, or loose battery cable.
well i have a viper 5000 and i changed the battery and nothing changed im not sure about other viper alarms though
from what i understand nothing happens to it, it just is recycled into a different form such as a battery powering a light power is taken from the battery and changed into light
You can not. I just did that about 5 min ago and nothing changed.
Bad starter solenoid? Loose or corroded battery terminals? Weak battery? Bad neutral switch?
Have the battery checked and if it is the OEM battery just replace it as it is 7 years old. Inspect the battery cables and clean the connections at the battery posts. Make sure nothing is on, as in a truck light, glove box light, etc. Check the alternator to see if it is performing properly. It should read 13.5-16 volts at the battery with the engine running.
Follow the battery wires from the battery out. It sounds like you may have damaged one or both of the battery leads in the snow. Your car also has fusible links that are often part of the battery cables and one of those may have blown if they were shorted in the snow.
have u checked ur battery battery, either its dead, connections are corroded or mice ate their way through
Can be a dead battery, defective starter, loose or corroded battery connection, or blown main fuse. If nothing comes on when you turn on the ignition switch and your interior lights are not working it is not the starter.
Make sure that car has gas in it. Then check if the starter.
make sure the small wire is hook to the post
I had a similar problem turns out the Alternator was bad.
If the alternator fails, it is no longer keeping the battery charged and your engine is running on nothing but battery power. Once the battery runs down, your engine will no longer run.
it could be your starter selinoide which should be in the engine compartment near the battery and the big waire from your battery goes to it!
The starter solenoid near the battery should be checked.
Check all the fuses, check fusible links, exc.
Unhook your negative battery cable for a couple hoursand hook it back up. Works for me, sometimes.
If you need a battery then there is nothing that can replace it.
Battery is dead, because of a bad alternator.
When you take the battery out nothing really happens. I tried it myself and it did nothing.
you either overlooked a hot lead that needs to be reconnected at the battery, or you grounded a hot wire and blew a fuse or fusible link wire
It has a dead cell. I know it is only 2 years old but it happens especially if that battery was run completely down which shortens the life. I suggest you purchase a different brand as this brand was not very dependable. My answer is assuming nothing is on pulling power from the battery when the car is just sitting. Have the battery checked to make sure it is actually defective. Any auto parts store will check it for you. It has to be fully charged in order for it to be checked.
if that is clone it happens
You may want to get it checked out by your doctor. may be it is nothing but it could be skin cancer. Better safe than sorry.