If the car makes a rapid clicking sound when you turn the key but won’t start, it could be the battery. I don't think any light was left on.
If the car makes a rapid clicking sound when you turn the key but won’t start, it could be the battery.
Car won't start no noise but lights work. Car won’t start, no noise, but lights work. Engine makes no noise at all. To troubleshoot this, turn on all your lights, try to start the car.
If there is no sound when you turn the key, but the lights and accessories work, it could be the stater relay or starter solenoid. Something electrical was left on in the car, like the lights, which ran the battery down. If you experienced any of these before you got to the point where your car wouldn't start and just the lights and radio work, then you may want to begin with the starter as a place where you head for your repairs.
The reason why the radio, dash lights, headlights, and other electronics draw power while the engine doesn't has to do with the amount of current each device draws and what may be interrupting the path. It’s sorta like when the battery died 2 months ago, except this time the power windows and doors work, the headlights and interior lights work, though oddly, the radio doesn’t. A fault with one of the battery components.
If the car won’t start, but your lights work, then. If loose, tighten the connections. If you realize that you have a new battery, but your car won’t start, this could be due to improper battery installation.
The starter needs way more power than anything else in the car. This is what i call a loaded question. Hi there, i have the exact same problem.
A clicking noise when turning the key usually indicates a problem with the starter motor. The low battery voltage means that your car won’t start, but there is no noise. Car won t start but lights come on no clicking noise.the lights on the board are flickering:
If the lights and horn work, but the starter motor doesn’t crank, or it makes a grinding noise that turns into clicking, the starter motor or an electrical relay or starter solenoid could be bad. Assuming the battery is good it could be a bad starter motor, bad ignition switch, bad gear interlock switch, or bad cable between these components. You haven’t driven your car for a long time.
A fully charged battery should. Car won’t start, no noise. See if you can jump start the car and get to an auto parts store to have the battery checked.
One of the main reasons why your car won’t start, but there is no noise in your vehicle is a dead or dying battery. For example, your car battery could be dead. If the car lights dim, then your ignition switch is working fine.
Car won’t start, no noise, but lights work. If the battery can't supply 10.5 volts under load, the starter won't turn. This is the switch you turn in the key or it could be part of it that is connected to that mechanism in the steering wheel.
Any visible damage to a fuse or fusible links can cause the “car won’t start,. It doesn't matter that the lights work. Ignition switches rarely fail, but it is possible.
Car won't start no noise but lights work. Just because some of the electrical parts are working, which is not usually common of a dead. I turn the key to the on position, i hear the sound of everything getting in line (i.e.
Problem had not been occurring often, but when it. Generally the click is the starter solenoid engaging the fly wheel. If a car will not turn over but the lights and radio still work, the problem is either a bad starter motor or a faulty ignition switch.
If your car won't start but the lights and radio work fine, it could be one of several problems. If certain parts of the car are working well, but your car won’t start, and there is no noise, you need to figure out the main culprit of this problem. No clicking sound and no sound from the engine can indicate a bad ignition switch.
This is what i call a loaded question. For a simple check, turn your lights on and then turn your ignition key. If this works it is probably the interlock switch.
If the light dim considerably, your ignition switch is ok. In that case, a damaged fuse might prevent power from getting to the starter relay, which is necessary to provide the ignition, the spark, and the power to run your vehicle. Car wont start, turning key but no sound, all lights work, (1999 bmw 323i) i was in a hurry coming back from work in traffic and it was start and stop start and stop the whole way.
Clicking noise, but won’t start. The other test you can run are limited due to safety co. One of the main reasons for the car won’t start no noise occurrence in your vehicle is a dead or dying battery.
If a car will not turn over but the lights and radio still work, the problem is either a bad starter motor or a faulty ignition switch. No clicking sound and no sound from the engine can indicate a bad ignition switch. Fuel line), all the light in the dash board light up and once i turn the key to start the car, all i.
It doesn't happen all the time, but if you had some days in the past. The radio, fyi, is not the one that came with the car. If the noise persists, use a multimeter to test the battery for the correct voltage.
Spark plugs and wires are known to cause a car won’t start no noise problem. This is the likely cause if all other lights work but your car does not click. Like we said, the starter typically makes some noise when it starts to go bad.
If the vehicle starts when you turn on the engine, you might need to check the cables on the new battery to prevent the “new battery car won’t start no lights” situation. Try a jump start and if that works replace the battery. Turn the key in the ignition.
To troubleshoot this, turn on all your lights, try to start the car. However if there is no sound at all, not even a click, it's probably your battery.