Car will not turn over, battery is good, what may it be 8 answers. When you attempt to start the car, there is a low whining sound.
If you are sure the battery is good and fully charged and the cable connections are all good.
Car not turning over battery good. If it starts then the starter will need to be replaced. When your car won’t turn over, it’s usually a problem with one of the electronic ignition components. My car will not turn over.
Sounds as if the starter is going bad. Drive or run your car for about an hour or so, turn it off, and then restart it. If you're getting battery voltage to the starter, the problem could be the starter.
If it starts, the battery is good. Get a hammer and tap on the starter while someone tries to start the car. Check the terminals on the battery for corrosion and tightness.
Car will not start, battery known to be good can be caused by: Car stalled at a stop sign. I can here something going on under the hood but not turning over.
When you attempt to engage the ignition to start, you can hear the clicking sound of the starter trying to crank the engine, but it fails to fire up completely. Of course, the number one reason for an engine not the crank on any car would be a problem with the battery. It will not even turn over, i do not hear the fuel pump kick on when the key is turned on.
The battery and altinator are also good. You will need to check for voltage at the small purple wire on the starter solenoid while some one engages the starter. First test for 12vdc at the little wire going to the starter when turning the key.
Car guys at work who i told about the van problem are debating over a bad battery or the starter. It did turn over once and that was yesterday but its quit again today. If your car still doesn't turn over, check to see if your starter solenoid is getting power.
A loose connection may prevent your car from starting, even when the lights, radio, etc., may seem to be working fine. If it is not getting power, then you know that the issue is elsewhere and not your starter. You'll need to chase down the problem with a meter while the car is malfunctioning.
When the ignition key is turned, the starter doesn't turnover (and makes no sound at all). The headlights do not dim at all when attempting to start the car. Starter not turning over, battery apparently good.
Ford guy at work states that he has had problems with the starters used with the ecotec engines. In my earlier post, i thought starter motor was just sticky, but even. When you turn the key or push a button to start a car, the battery sends electricity to the starter motor which signals the crankshaft to start turning.
A battery is vital to your car or truck, as it provides power to the starter and electrical system when the car is not running. The steps to diagnosing why your car isn’t starting: Lights are not high load,so having the lights work is not an.
Clicking not turning over battery good. If you have 12vdc there, you have a bad spot in the starter motor. If it doesn't and you need to jumpstart it again, drive it to the nearest automotive store and buy a.
The battery is in apparent good condition, it was bought new about a couple years ago, and the car has no. Most commonly, this will be the battery or the alternator. A good way to check how tight they are is to try and wiggle them with your hand if you can wiggle them they are not tight enough.
Posted on aug 07, 2009. By saying that the engine won't turn over means that the crankshaft isn't turning, so the other parts won't be able to move to start the car. I bypassed the clutch relay button and still nothing.
Tighten them and start over. * no fuel, or fuel system damage * worn injectors * slow crank speed (bad starter or poor battery connections * bad battery cables * low ignition voltage * timing chain / belt failure. Although the alternator is not directly responsible for the vehicle failing to start, it could be the cause of a faulty battery.
The battery may not be fine. Make sure you know the battery is good. I turn the key and just hear nothing, everything else works.
I checked the fuses and they are good. The battery is in apparent good condition, it was bought new about a couple years ago, and the car has no. If your car refuses to start, there are a few tricks.
This is considered a crank, but no start. Starter not turning over, battery apparently good. If jump starting gets your engine started and running, but the car will not start again once you turn it off, the battery is probably the problem.
But engine and glow plugs are good, so it starts after hardly a single revolution. Not if it's not even turning over. If not, check continuity through the switch at the clutch pedal.
Car won’t start, but will crank. Check the battery connections are tight. Basically, starter barely turns engine over.
In fact it acts just like an almost dead battery would in winter. When the ignition key is turned, the starter doesn't turnover (and makes no sound at all). I tested the starter and it is good.
Since the van has dual batteries, i believe that one battery could have gone gone bad and drains the current enough to keep the starter from working. If you have good voltage at the purple wire and at the large battery terminal both, you will need to replace the starter. Signs the battery is dead:
When your car won’t “start”, it’s more likely to be a problem with something in the air/fuel.