Car has sat in driveway for almost a year due to ignition switch problems, finally removed the switch and housing off the steering column and the electrical ignition switch is now exposed, allowing me to take a screwdriver and turn it as if it were a key to start the car, however, upon first trying to start it the battery which I bought two weeks prior to the car being parked in the driveway for a year was bone dead. So I put it on a trickle charge over night and upon putting it back in the car turning the ignition to the on position, I have full electrical power, lights work, windows go up and down etc. However, when trying to start the car it just "clicks" as if the battery was dead. What could the issue be as to why it wont start?
have the same problem?
Monday, August 8th, 2016 AT 12:20 AM