NO CRACK? Lol!
Is the battery fully charged? Actually test it with a voltmeter. This may save you a lot of unnecessary headache
Could be a bad Solenoid (starter relay)
Could be a bad starter
But even Simpler than that, and usually the problem, The connections all the way from the Battery to the Starter may be loose or corroded. Thats just the POS side.
Could be the NEG connections from the battery to the engine.
1st try to tighten all! That will include any type of connection on the cables, if the Battery clamps have "Squeezers" onto the cable, check them too!
Big connections at the 'Starter Relay' (solenoid), and the connections at the starter
Inspect the Cable ends for looseness and broken wires.
If the "tightening" don't cut it, take 'em loose, one at a time, clean and tighten well. Attempt to start, as you eliminate each one, then you may find the "Problem Child"
Let me know how it's going. Don't pass any thing off as : "IT LOOKS GOOD" (usually Murphy factors into that equation)
If you have a voltmeter, I could "maybe" tell you/ show a pic on using it, If you do not know how
At minimum, are your headlights really bright? Or are they fading away, after several minutes of being on?
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Friday, May 6th, 2011 AT 3:37 AM