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Won,t start, acts like no juice is going to starter w/charged bat

Everything litghts up like normal but turn the key over and not even a click, just as if the battery really was dead

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You need to have your Battery Checked. Common Symtom of an Early Failing Battery. Not enough Cold Cranking Amps Left to Kick it over.

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My car will not start. The battery is new and has a full charge and turns everything on when I turn the key but when I try to start it, it will not do anything not even clicking noise.


if the battery is good it is NOT the alternator. the alternator charges the battery, if it won`t start with a new battery the alternator does nothing to affect the situation. check voltages at the starter motor connections for proper voltages even the wires that the ignition switch supplies power to. if you have proper voltages at the starter you can try hitting the starter while someone tries to start the car. if it starts the starter is worn internally and will have to be replaced.

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The clicking sound indicates that there is insufficient charge reaching the starter motor to turn over the engine. If you have enough charge going into the starter, use a multi-meter to check, test at no load and under load. Then check your terminals on the battery and starter to ensure all are clean and tightened properly.

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If you're not getting any kind of a click with a turn of the key it sounds to me like the starter is not getting power. If you turn the key to the start position and don't hear anything, not even a click it's usually because the starter is not getting power, or it has seized. Try swapping the starter relay with another similar relay to test it. If that doesn't do the trick, remove the starter and take it to any parts store to have it tested for free. (it is also possible that the battery only has enough juice to power the lights and not engage the starter after sitting for six months...I know you said you charged it, but if you happen to take the starter to have it tested, do the same for the battery.)

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this could be simply that the connections are corroded , clean off all the battery contact points, and remember just because a battery says 12v doesn't mean its fully charged, its the amp build up that you need, try jumping it after you clean up all the connections, and when it starts, check the voltage again, while its running, you should get a reading of 13.5 to 14.5 volts , if not have the alternator bench checked

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