Corroded battery terminals, defective battery, or starter.Corroded battery terminals, defective battery, or starter.
Start with the battery terminals and connections on the other ends of the battery wires. Check the battery itself as a loose plate in the battery could be heating up and shorting the battery for a moment causing the problem.
Yes they could be cleaned and battery charged
your battery terminals may have battery acid build up between the terminals and battery posts, remove both terminals and clean with boiling water refit terminals and try to start again...same thing happened to me once...
I would suspect the battery has been discharged, is defective, or you have loose or corroded battery terminals. Remove and clean the terminals and if that does not solve the problem charge the battery with a battery charger. If it will not take a charge then replace the battery.
I would check the battery terminals, probably a buildup of corrosion between the posts and the terminals, clean them up with boiling water and sandpaper till both parts are shiny clean. If you are connecting the jumper leads to the battery terminals when jump starting and it works fine then this is the only possibility.
Usually if there is no spark when trying to start a all terrain vehicle the battery is dead. Check the battery terminals or try charging the battery.
Connect the bad battery to a good battery with jumper cables. Connect the positive terminals first, then the negative terminals. Now try to start the engine. When finished, disconnect the jumper cables in reverse order.
There are a few possible reasons why a vehicle will not start. First check the battery and terminals on the battery, if the battery is good check the starter, alternator and ignition switch.
If the gauge lights on your jeep will not work and the jeep will not start you could have a dead battery. If the terminals look corroded, It is possible that the terminals just need cleaned.
maybe your terminals are not tightened properly or poss and negative are wrong way around? this would drain battery. also check you have brass terminals and not steel as steel eats the electrolits in the battery. good luck
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!
This indicates that your battery is very low or dead. Clean your battery terminals and try again...if it is the same, you need a jump or replace your battery.
Several things a weak battery , the terminals on the battery are not tight enough or a bad starter.
clean the battery terminals with baking soda and water. them jump it
i have same car and after changing battery and terminals i found out it was th oxygen sensor
Check both battery terminals mine did the same thing but battery was 100% tightened terminals and no problems.... if corrosion on terminals a baking soda + water concoction removes corrosion very easily. usually a click is a dead battery or an incomplete circuit. Best of luck
Clean battery terminals, then tighten down the battery cables. With the ignition key---like any other time.
It could be solenoid, starter, battery, alternator not CHARGING the battery or corroded battery terminals.
red to positive terminals black to chasis ground
Probably a losses connection, try tightening the terminals.
Replacing battery terminals??? How did you accomplish that. Do you mean you replaced the battery or are you referring to the battery cables? If you replaced the cables are you sure you have them connected correcty and tight. Especially the ground connection. Take a reading with an ohm meter from the neg battery post to the engine or chassis. If the circuit is open, you have a bad connection.
typically a clicking noise indicated that you don't have enough power from the battery to turn the starting motor. try cleaning the battery terminals with baking soda and water, then charging the battery. dirty terminals or a dirty battery top will drain the battery causing starting problems.
There are a few possibilities: Low battery, either because the alternator isn't keeping the battery charged or the battery is old and has failed. Corroded battery terminals, usually an indicator that the battery is blowing acid fumes. Batteries usually don't last long after the terminals start to corrode. Faulty starter solenoid. IT SOUNDS LIKE IT COULD BE YOUR STARTED CYLINOID