if the car does a click like it is going to turn OS but wont then yes it is the starter
it depends does the car turn over if not most likely it the starter
Your starter could be shot
Actually, if the battery is bad it will click or turn over very slowly. If all the electronics work and there is no noise, it is the starter. Take a small hammer and tap very lightly on the starter (sometimes there is a label on the starter, aim there). This is only tempary and you will eventually need to replace the unit. i had this same problem with my ford fiesta the lights and radio still worked but it did not make another sound. it just needs a new battery. hope this is helpfull
Some possibilities, could still be the battery, battery connections, starter, starter connections, ignition switch, starter relay and neutral safety switch.
Loose or corroded battery cable? Engine seized? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral safety switch?
If you don't have a volt meter, turn on the headlights and radio, if the lights are bright and the radio works then there should be enough power to try and run the starter. With the lights and radio on turn the key,if everything stops,lights dim and raido stops working its the battery. If the lights stay fairly bright and radio works you should hear a clicking from the starter, if there is no clicking or you engine does not try and turn over it is the starter. If you have a volt meter,you can just check the voltage of the batt, it should be over 12.3. You can also jump the car with another car using jumper cables, leave it connected for a few minutes and have someone in the good car bring the engine above idle so it throws a charge. If the bad car does not turn over its the starter.
If you are saying that you have reason to believe that the battery is charged, yet the starter won't crank the engine, it could be: starter, Neutral/park lockout switch, Bad electrical connection or Keyswitch.
there have interference between T.V. and radio waves . for stopping this resistance is used in starter.
It has to be your starter that has the problem. If the lights, radio and horn beep then it's definitely the starter.
Could be: Seized engine Weak battery loose or corroded battery cables Bad starter solenoid Bad starter Bad neutral or clutch safety switch
WEAK BATTERY OR OR BAD STARTER.
Loose battery cable? Bad starter? ( checkwires on starter) Bad starter solenoid? Bad Neutral or clutch safety switch?
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.
Your battery is dead and you should probably take it to the repair shop and have them put it in for you. Couldn't it be the starter motor? The lights and radio come on, so there must be some juice and the battery.
The Starter, Is Bad.
I had this happen on an 88 GMC Suburban. Took a while to find it. Turned out to be a ground wire under the dash
one word. starter..
One of 2 things could be your problem: 1) Bad alternator or 2) Bad starter
Bad connection at the starter. Bad battery connection Dead battery Dead starter Check the first 3 with a voltmeter and your eyes. Check the start if needed at a local autozone/advanced auto
pull radio out with coat hanger
Sounds like the starter is bad, More precisely, the starter solinoid. Its on the starter unlike A Ford that has it on the inner fender.
battery needs charged or replaced. not to detract from the other guys answer, but you could also be experiencing a poor connection coming from the starter terminals or possibly have a faulty relay.
The head lights, radio, and eveything else works, but the car will not start. I checked the starter and it was good. The battery is good, but whatever it is causes the battery to have a low charge. Could it be the alternator
Maybe you have a problem with your car's battery. If your battery's dead, your interior lights and radio wont turn on. So if you wait for a while and your radio wont turn on, then probably the problem is with the battery. If it is, than you should check the your battery fluid. If its not the battery, maybe there is something wrong with your starter motor.