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Ran fine last night, this morning won't start... even with key out the gauges are bumping. Some times interior lights come on, some times not. No headlights or radio.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 Chevy Beretta won't start
sounds like the batterys good. check the connections on the battery and the starter to make sure everything is tight and has good contact with each other. if that doesent help comment back
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Try turning on your headlights and see if they work.Also try jumping the vehicle and see if you can get it started or if the interior lights and other things start working.If this works have your battery,starting,and charging system checked out.Id on`t know how many miles you have on your vehicle but the warranty is 3 yrs.36,000 miles.If your under this you can get it fixed for free at the dealership.Good luck.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
COULD BE DEAD BATTERY OR FAULTY STARTER OR STARTER SOLENOID.MAKE SURE BATTERY CABLES CLEAN FREE FROM CORROSSION AND HAVE A TIGHT CONNECTION.
Posted on May 06, 2011
How many volts does your battery currently have? A cheap multimeter can tell you; I'm not saying the crew at Advance Auto aren't on top of their game, but they do work at Advance Auto... Anything less than 12v DC indicates a problem, and the battery probably won't have enough juice to turn your motor over with less than 10-11v. If your battery voltage is >12v it sounds like you've got a bad starter solenoid (some vehicles integrate these with the starter itself, some do not). Try giving it a few whacks with a rubber mallet or a hammer handle (aka the wooden part).
Posted on Nov 17, 2011
These vehicles are prone to failures in the antitheft system. This will actually lock out the starter and/or injectors. Read thru this link, might be your problem.
Posted on Mar 13, 2012
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