There seems to be an issue with how power is being distributed throughout my car.
I returned to my car after shopping, I turned the key and no prep-lights or key ignition sound was generated. Needless to say that my car was dead when I tried to turn the engine. So I called AAA and had my car looked at on sight. He tested the battery and it had a full charge, so he asked me to turn the key again.A clicking sound was created. It wasn't the sound of the starter, it was coming from the cabin fuse box underneath the steering wheel, it sounded like a ticking time bomb and then stops after about a minute.
The AAA operator then asked me to turn the key again and the car started. It was baffling, he believed it could be the positive cable that is causing this issue.
since then, every time I go to start it, nothing happens but the clicking. I am forced use a jump pack to start it.
any thoughts as to how I can prove this theory and fix it up?
Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 AT 5:16 PM