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New battery no ignition lights at all not even a clicking sound
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER
Do you have a "Security" light anywhere on the dash? If so, when you change the battery, this activates the security feature. Try this: Cycle the key in the ignition on-off 5 times. This will deactivate the security system (if you do indeed have the Toyota system) Hope this works for you.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
This is almost certainly a bad starter/solenoid sticking. If you hear the click sound hit the solenoid(NOT the electrical connection!!) on the starter several times with a hammer. If it starts you definitely need a starter. This trick will only work for a few days - so replace that starter.(disconnect battery before replacing it !)
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Find the relay making the clicking noise by setting your finger on top lightly, then check map on under side of cover for identification.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 Mazda 3 won't start;
the battery is low on power. the lights will still light for a bit longer but your engine needs more cranking amps to turn it over. The clicking sound is your starter without enough power. Have someone help you jump the car. or if you have a manual transmission, get the car moving 5mph+ somehow (push or hill) and pop the clutch out with the keys in the ignition in the "on" position. your car will start right up. if your car regularly needs jumped you probably have a bad battery. if your car looses power while driving you have a bad alternator.
Posted on May 03, 2011
A few checks here,,, if the vehicle was otherwise in good working order prior to battery exchange , check that all the "+" cables are connected securely to the battery positibe post. it's unlikely to be the Negative post. Check heavy cable from starter motor is securely connected also. check "nuteral" inhibitor switch on transmission is operational ! Good luck
Posted on Aug 26, 2012
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