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Car will not start. battery terminals are clean and connections are good.all lights and gauges are working.

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Check the timing of the engine or the engine sensor.thank you

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SOURCE: Running lights and radio will not work.

Check fuses under the hood and the side of the dash (driver side).

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I own a 2008 holden statesman and i have a problem with headlight globes. Every time i change the globe its always dull i have tried cheap ebay globes right up to $300 h.i.d kits and still dull

Hi Michael The issue you have sounds more like a power/earth supply issue. I'm assuming the light lense and reflectors are in good order. The battery is good and no issues with the charging system. Start with the easy side earth or ground side. Connect a seperate earth from light to battery earth terminal just for test purpose. If light is improved then do the same the otherside. if good then you have an earthing problem.(use a slightly heavier gauge wire than your nomal lighting wire so there is no voltage drop). If no different move to power side disconnect connector to globe check and be sure which is the live terminal on the globe and connect a wire as before from + terminal on battery to positive on globe, light must be bright now. Ist check for loose or burnt terminals ie at connection to globe, battery power/ earth terminals.Check Battery to chassis connections for tightness. If easy to do so remove and and clean an re secure. Check engine to battery/chassis connections if all good you have to move onto the supply from fuse box and any connetions in between this is where it becomes more involved and would advise a qualified person to investigate. good luck

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2001 turn the key on gauges move try to start gauges goes dead won't start or do anything

problem can be loose battery terminals
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bad battery ( have a load test done on the battery)

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I have no brake lights, dome light, turn signals, and gauges don't work, what would make all of them stop working?

Check fuses?...sounds obvious but something people skip, I'd say because probably all on the same fuse, so could be a short in the circuit

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Had loose battery terminal, fixed it but now the high beams don't work

there is a relay for high beams try that it should be under the hood if you have fuse box under hood good luck

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2004 ford taurus. turn the key to the on position all gauges and lights work. try to start and every thing goes completely dead for several minutes. its like something resets and the lights and gauges will...

Start at battery and check and clean all connections. Check ends for corrosion, or weak points, as well as remove and clean all ground cables. That's where I'd start.

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Car just clicks when trying to start. All gauges

Battery. Does the car start. Usually when the gauges max out the battery has a dead cell. Try taking the battery cables off and cleaning the post/cables, then re-install the cables. Even the little acid can cause a battery to malfunction, also one of the terminals may not have a great connection. Clean those and see if it helps.

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I have a 2006 Mazda 6 that won't start. It just clicks even when jumping it and the gauges bounce up and down. Even after you turn the key off.You can hear some clicking under the hood for a while after...

This may sound silly, but pull the cables off the battery and clean the posts and terminals really well with a wire brush or post/terminal cleaning tool. (these are REALLY cheap at the parts store and work wonders!) This may be your problem. Corrosion = poor connection. If not that, try new battery. Good luck.

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Labors when starting. When turned over all lights and gauges go black, then back to normal

First, have the battery load tested (charge, put a 200 amp load on it and read voltage..(15-20 seconds only) .should not drop below 9.5 volts) After verifying that battery is good, put a volt meter across the battery terminals when installed. If cranking volts drops below 9.5 your starter is bad. Before testing anything on car, make sure all terminals and wire lead connections are clean and secure.

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All electrical went out

Use a wire brush to clean the battery terminals and the inside of the battery cables where they connect to the battery terminals. If that doesn't fix it, I suspect the problem is the negative connection from your battery to the car body/engine block. Follow the thick cable from the negative terminal of the battery to where it connects to engine block. Make sure you have a good clean metal to metal contact. Use an ohm meter to check to make sure this cable and connection is good. If the connection to the engine block is bad the hood light might still be able to work if it has a separate connection to the negative battery terminal.

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Running lights and radio will not work.

Check fuses under the hood and the side of the dash (driver side).

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