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Chirping sound when turning ignition on, won't start .

Chirping sound when ignition is turned on , engine won't start.

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Bakkie ?
Anyway, try your headlights on full beam. If they dim to almost off when you try to start then most likely its your battery. If they only give a slight flicker but stay bright its most likely the solenoid on your starter motor thats failed. A push start will get you going so you can drive to a dealer.

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If the temperature is low, then the engine might have struck up. You need to give heat and then try starting. If you still face the problem, then open the front and check if any wires have been cut off or else call or an mechanic to solve the problem,

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It sounds like you have a dead battery. have it tested.

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