Question about Cars & Trucks
You provided way too little info for a sensible answer ut if you are trying to start a passenger vehicle, you need a battery that can supply the 100-120 amperes @ 9 or more volts while delivering that, it isn't likely that the battery you are using can do that.
You need to give us ALL the details if you want a valid answer such as:
- Vehicle type, small or big engine (makes a difference in starting surge).
- Battery rating Volts/Amps
The clicking you are hearing is only the solenoid being powered but not enough surge capacity in amperes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your alternator drive belt if thats ok get the alternator tested .Your battery may have enough juice to power the lights but not enough to turn the engine . Try jump starting it.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: car wont start
it happens because too low voltage, ecu is not working properly if the voltage is running too low, just load little bit your battery(about 1 hour) and then your car should start, same happened to me
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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