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You just changed your battery and now nothing happens at all when you turn the ignition?


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2008-02-09 17:28:08
2008-02-09 17:28:08

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

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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

It could be a bad battery, or connection. A bad starter and or solenoid could be the problem, along with an ignition switch to name a few.

First guess; the battery is dead. Second; a break in the ignition switch wiring. NOTHING happens? No noise, no clicks, NOTHING? Check to see if the ceiling light comes on when you open the door.

When you take the battery out nothing really happens. I tried it myself and it did nothing.

Nothing. The battery is sealed an no harm will be done.

Defective ignition switch, or bad starter.

Probably a bad ignition switch or ignition lock cylinder. Good Luck!!

The security light comes on after you changed the keys in the ignition from the off position to the on position as a confirmation that the electrical components in the dash board are working. It is nothing to be concerned about.

If you mean like AA or AAA, nothing. Absolutely nothing happens. If they both have an electrical current running, I don't know, it might be dangerous.

Your ignition relay might be bad if you have good power at the battery, but nothing happens at the starter when you turn the key, all the lights light up and everything appears normal, but the starter will not engage. You may also hear a click when turning the key to start, but nothing else.

Nothing. Just dry it off an it will be fine.

well i have a viper 5000 and i changed the battery and nothing changed im not sure about other viper alarms though

your battery is probably dead...., if when you turn the key and nothing happens at all...your battery is probably dead... Solution: Well, it turns out it was my ignition switch. That was my first guess. Im glad i went with it.

with a fully charged battery and clean connections to the starter and battery check fuses first and if good, replace ignition switch under steering column

Ignition Coil Output Voltage versus a Weak BatteryYes, an ignition coil is nothing more than a dedicated, specialized transformer. As such, the lower the voltage in the primary winding, then the lower the voltage induced in the secondary [output] winding.

Is the car in park? Do the lights turn on? If so are the dim, or bright? If no lights you likely have a dead battery. From there I would check fuses. Good luck.

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