I have trouble jump starting this vehicle. When I go to start it up my spedometer is moving back and forth, then there is a lot of clicking noises inside the car. when i turn the ignition on there is more clicking,I bought this car used a few months ago,do I need a new battery? Please Help Thank You! Joe
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if your battery is low on charge or you have to jump it off it may already be engaged and stuck in flywheel try turning motor by hand back and forth listen if you hear it pop out then try to start with good battery if doesnt work replace starter it could be the selinoid switch but you have to pull starter anyway so just replace all of it
Does it crank? Or there's no crank no start? If it cranks safely get under the vehicle and bang on the fuel tank while someone holds the key in the crank position with the vehicle in park. If it starts it is most likely the fuel pump.
STARTER SELONOID OR DIRTY BATTERY CABLES OR LOOSE CONNECTION ON STARTER.iF YOU REPLACE STARTER REPLACE WITH COMPLETE UNIT NOT JUST SELONID GOOD LUCK.PS BE SURE BATTERY IS UP TURN LIGHTS ON AND HAVE SOMEONE WATCH THEM AS YOU TRY AND START TO BE SURE THEY DON`T GO OUT IF THEY DO--- GO TO CONNECTIONS ON BATTERY OR TRY JUMPING GOOD LUCK
Grease will not flow into the interior of the hinge joint. Lube with WD-40 first to wet the area, work the door back and forth, then lube with a few drops of engine oil, again work the door. Wipe the hinge dry after a few minutes, and again the next day. Grease the door-position holder, the wipe clean after a few door moves.