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It sounds like you have a problem with the starter solenoid or the starter relay. Usually, a "click" heard under the hood with a good battery indicates a faulty starter solenoid. In this case, the starter wants to work, but the solenoid which is usually attached to it won't transmit the necessary power to run the starter and crank the engine. Starter replacement is the only remedy in this case. If the click is heard from the fuse box, then it may only be a relay that is the culprit. Try swapping the starter relay with the horn relay or another one that has the same part number. Be sure to also check that the battery connections and grounds are clean and tight.
JVC camcorder sometimes have a bug, it's call condensation, it;s make your camera not work and never accept any cassete, the solution is very easy just turn off it, and change your camera batterey with another one , not same batterey . ...it working !
Yes, the loose belt certainly seems to be the possible problem in this case. It's likeley the tensioner pulley has broken and needs to be replaced. Also, try to change the belt at the same time if any of the ribs are cracked or if the belt is frayed.
Have you considered a portable battery booster? With the booster, you should be able to start the engine or at least energize your car's electrical system which will allow you to shift the transmission out of Park.
You either have a bad battery or the connector on the motherboard is bad. Have you tried another battery? Try doing a power drain.
Remove the battery and the AC connector, hold down the power button for 10 sec. Plug the AC connector back in and boot up your machine. Once it's fully booted then shut it down and plug the battery back in and try that out.
Have you tried going to the www.creative.com/support site? It's a very informative site for my ZEN V, even though I still can't figure out how the LCD display went black and has never recovered. I hope this helps.
hello it sounds like batterey terminals need to be cleaned disconnect off batterey clean batterey terminals with a post cleaner cable terminals wire brush reinstall try to start check batterey for 12volts if not jump take it for a good ride or charge batterey goodluck