Question about 2006 Honda Fit
In the winter we keep our Honda Fit in the garage. Two days ago we tried to start it and it wouldn't even turn over. So I jumped it and it started and I told my wife to drive it around the block to charge the battery up. We put it back in the garage and the next day we tried to start it and now all it does is make this wierd rapid clicking noise when we try to start the ignition. What's the deal?
The battery may need to be replaced, the battery is not holding a charge or you didn't run car long enough. Try boosting again and let the car run for about 1/2 an hour to 1 hr. Then try to start the next day. If it doesn't start you will need a new battery. Even when you don't drive this vehicle especially in the winter time you should start this car and let it run for about 10 minutes once every week. Good Luck contact me if you need more help
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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