Nothing happens when you turn the key: That about says it all, you turn the key and nothing happens, no crank, no clicking, no nothing. It's totally dead. Possible causes: 1. You left the lights on again: ump start the car and remember to turn your lights off at night. 2. Battery is dead: Test battery and charging system. Replace battery. 3. Dirty or loose battery cables: Clean and tighten cables as required. 4. Problem in the charging system: Test and repair charging system as required. 5. Bad Neutral Safety Switch: Replace Neutral Safety Switch.
Dead battery?Engine seized?Loose or corroded battery cable?Bad starter?Bad starter solenoid?Bad neutral switch? Please elaborate if it is an automatic or standard shift. Does it make a clicking noise or no sound? Check park, or neutral, if no noise. Check clutch switch.Check fuses, also large ones under hood.
An auto motive can be recharged by connecting the dead battery to another vehicle with a charged battery by the use of a jumper cable by connecting both end to both batteries then starting the car with the charged battery inside.
my Opal meriva radio will not work once I have put the code in it was switched off when it went dead
If nothing works, turns on, your battery is dead.
With another battery connected to the dead one or what a battery charger.
Jump the car from another car battery or hook a charger to the battery.
The Honda Civic Hybrid will run fine on a dead battery, but acceleration will be sluggish.
Try checkimg the main 30Amp fuse ,And then check that all the wire connectors are tight and not coroded.
The battery has a dead cell and needs replacing or something is on pulling power from the battery.
No you do not need a battery, but the lights and horn will not work unless you have a battery installed, dead or not.
Something is on drawing power from the battery or the battery has a dead cell and needs replacing.
Dead cell in the battery requiring it be replaced or something is on pulling power from the battery. Some light or relay.
Turn the key to the run position and then put it on neutral. c.s.
It sounds like a dead battery
Dead cell in battery or the alternator is defective. That is assuming all words are connected and not corroded.