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Take your battery somewhere and have it load tested. If it tests good it has to be your starter. The alternator has to be working or you would have a dead battery all the time. Unless you are putting it on a charger or jumping it.
Was any major work done to it recently? If not find some who has experience and ask them to take another car and use 24 volts to start it once and it may start and be fine. When I rebuild engines I have to do this sometimes. PLEASE MAKE SURE THE PERSON KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT THEY'RE DOING.
try to boost battery if starts alternator problem battery prob if it turns no start other problems no fire no gas etc you have to start from one step at a time to solve why so go slow and try one thing at time or go back to who replace engine did he tighten all i mean all cables such as starter wires ground wires etc battery and alternator
2 things come to mind, first check and clean all battery and starter connections. second, maybe you have something draining the battery. next time it rolls slow, put on a battery charger and see what happens. also, even though it is a new battery, it still could have a weak cell.
Have your battery tested. It's free to test at most parts stores. They might even do a free starter test if you have the car there. Check your cables and cable ends. Don't forget to check the cable ends at the starter. I think you may need the starter replaced. Always check the cheap things first.
get new battery even if it is good u nead new 1 by now an then u can really no its not that. if u get the car to run take off negitive from battery an if the car turns off it,s your alternator hope this helps u
sounds like you have a good battery, get the car started put a voltmeter to wire connected to the back of your alternator. if you have at least 13.25 volts you have a good unit if any lower replace the alternator the click sound you are hearing comes from your relay it is getting low voltage from the battery. because the battery has no juice caused by a bad alternator
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Long start time and misfires can be caused by retarded
engine time. Purchase a timing light and check your engine time against the
front pulley and the timing scale located around your timing chain cover. If you have
recently had your timing belt or chain replaced you could be a tooth off.
With regard to your ABS light the easiest thing to check or replace is the
speed sensor on the wheel. Because this is a magnetic pick-up sensor and due to
the location (on the wheel behind the rotor) can be susceptible to corrosion.
That is also the most common cause of an illuminated ABS light. Do you have 4
or 2 wheel anti lock? The 4 wheel abs doesn't change what could be wrong, it
just means you have more speed sensors to check.
So found the problem it was the seilnoid on the wasnt working properly store said good put it back hit with small hammer fired up so just replaced whole strarter now fires first time sounds awesome had lot of trouble tracking it down went threw new battery's thinking that was prOblem but was bad starter unit try this maybe will help u to