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under the left side theirs a lit button or togg switch and put the battery back on a check the lit button with the key in it right b4 start and hold the button down and see if it goes off or check the alarm remote and see if the battery dead
Depending on what your problum is if its not starting then it could be your starter if the battery keeps going dead you could have a short to see if you do disconnect your positive cable from the battery connect a regular test light one end to the battery the other to the cable if light on remove and install each fues until light goes off leave that fuse out
90 % chances you also have a shorted alternator it kills the battery.
I have two Luminas and one Malibu and Corvette (mid/late 1990- 2000's) they have the same problems... suddenly dead batteries
Please check alternator when replacing batery.
your getting a click noise from your starter not having enough power to turn your enginge over test your battery to see if it is dead and if so charge or replace but if its not dead then you need to check your connections at your starter and make sure therre hooked up right and are tight especially your ground make sure it is hooked to a clean metal to metal surface and is tight the same for your power wire make sure it is clean and is tight, but def check your battery first the click usually means dead batery
In computer controled cars the computer needs at least 10 volts to operate . If your car is not charging or not carging enough The voltage is low to start with when you boost it. Then you turn on the lights it drops the voltage more to where the computer can't opperate. The batery should be charged before you start it anyway because it is really hard on the altinater to recharge a dead batery. An altinater is only meant to keep a batery topped up , its not a cahrger.
ok sounds like you have a dead battery
1) if turns but slowly:
1.1) old dead batery/
or underchaged battery >check altenator in this case
did you leave your headlights turnt on and drained the battery of its charge?if so get a jump start and then run the car for 30-45 mins to rechagre the battery
if you have at your disposal anothere batery that you know has a good charge
try starting your car with that batery(not using jumper cables) hook it up!
if the slugish turn over is still there
1.2) check your wire conections for corision this means completly disconecting 1 lead at a time (only on one end of that lead)and cleaning them with a wire brush or some sand paper.
(on the battery and the starter also the ground strap conection to the frame.)
2) WONT TURN OVER AT ALL:
2.0) dead battery >try charging it>get a jump start
2.1) blown turnkey igntion fuse
2.2) blow fuse for main har nes wires
2.3) bad starter
2.4) corosion on wire conection (most often the batery terminals)
2.5) starter replaced and hooked up incorectly.
2.6) alram system preventing the turnkey igntion system from getting power