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Battery & alternator both good, but wont start without jump off, atleast once a day.


Your battery will not be "good" if you can jump start the car from another power source. If it is a 2014 model it will be the original battery.

Unless you have tested the cold cranking amps the battery is producing you cannot say if it will turn the starter motor or not. A good battery would kick the starter motor over. If you can jump start the car by connecting another power source to the battery terminals it will not be a wiring issue either.

If it's a 2014 it should still be covered by new car warranty (but not if the problem is just a failed battery which is subject to the applicable battery warranty)./

Jan 14, 2016 | 2014 Ford Fusion

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My car will not start, battery is good, could it have something to do with my oil pressure gauge which will not move?


year/make/model??? In most cases no, but some models may need to see oil pressure as a safety feature for it to start. Did this gauge just stop recently? The gauge may not register pressure until the vehicle is running. Does the engine turn over or does nothing happen when you try and start it?

Jan 05, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Mahindra 3316


Ok I thing the wire near the starter is touching causing it to ground go or have the wires on to of the starter that there not touching if any wires r touching the engine block it will cause the fuse r relay to get hot n burn also do the same with wires around the alternator

Sep 06, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I have tried every thing I have a 3316 mahandra nothing is working on it I have no steering and the bucket or back hoe part won't move checked all lines still nothing now what


check that the electronics that control the valves is working under the toggle levers . It could be fuses , broken wires ,bad connections , water in the connections . Check that the hydraulic pump is working and producing the pressure necessary to work the units.

Apr 25, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Good Battery, New starter and the car doesn't start...


Someone would need to check the starter for battery voltage and ground. The large battery cable should have voltage and the small wire should have voltage when the key switch is in start position. There may be a clutch switch or neutral safety switch in that circuit depending on the make model and year.

Jan 08, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Won't start battery and starter are good


BATTERY SHOULD HAVE 12.6 VOLTS. IF BATTERY GOOD USE TEST LIGHT SEE IF POWER GOING TO STARTER. IF NO YOU HAVE BLOWN STARTER FUSE BAD RELAY FAULTY IGNITION SWITCH OR BAD BATTERY CABLES.IF POWER GOING TO STARTER THE STARTER SOLENOID FAULTY.COULD HAVE BAD CLUTCH START SWITCH ON MANUAL TRANSMISSION MODELS.

Sep 06, 2011 | 1998 Toyota Sienna

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I have maruti 800 1989 model it was running in a good condition but from some days there is a starting problem in winter starting after 4-5 selfs, but now it is making clicking sound during morning and...


hi
i took M800 1989 model car, it one bore was done, repainted,4 new tires,good battery, i gave 37000/- is ti worth? how much mileage can expect??
plssssss tel

Feb 03, 2011 | Suzuki Esteem Cars & Trucks

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Have to jump start car even though battery was checked good condition


If the car will not start with the battery as fitted, but will start fine with a jump start (which is just substituting power from another battery) then clearly the battery in the vehicle is faulty, dead or discharged. I am assuming of course that the cables are properly attached to the battery as fitted and the battery terminals are clean.

First - remove the cables from the battery terminals and give the battery terminals (and cable contacts) a good clean. Then charge the battery even if you think it is ok. Then re-connect the cables to the battery terminals. If the car will not start on that battery then it is either dead or faulty. If the car will start fine with a jump start (as you have indicated it definitely will) then you will need a new battery. If the battery fitted to the car is about 3 or more years old then you can anticipate problems with it especially if it has been fully discharged a few times or if it is one of the low price models.
(Some poor quality batteries on the market will die with 2 years of use. The warranty period on the battery is a fair indicator of the quality of battery you have. Many lower priced models are just 12 months which is the manufacturer saying to you that they have such little confidence in the longevity of the battery that they will only guarantee it will perform for 12 months.)

Cheers
Sean

Dec 22, 2009 | 1997 Mercury Sable

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My truck is manual transmission, and will not start. the battery is good, the starter is also good, the clutch switch is good, yet my truck still does not start.


If all the obvious check out like the battery passing load test and all connections good you need to locate the starter solenoid. Early Fords have them up top usually near the battery...later models have them on the side of the starter motor like the GM's. If you have battery voltage at the solenoid with the key in the start position that will eliminate clutch safety switch and ignition switch. If voltage is good at solenoid problem is a bad solenoid/starter or a bad connection at the solenoid which later Fords are famous for. If no voltage at solenoid with key in the start position problem may be clutch safety switch, ignition switch or connection problem...good luck.

Feb 19, 2009 | 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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Car wont start....


Hi
Suspect your battery.
Charge it up, or get a jump start, then get the battery tested !

Good Luck !
John.

Jan 15, 2009 | 1992 Ford Escort 4 Door

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