Eco mode will only go when engine starts even if your battery is full. Is it a fuse or the battery.
There may, also, be a battery drain.
Car completely dead no power new battery. Like new batteries, the key to making it last is to recharge it regularly. I have a new battery, but no car power. It is best to replace fuse links with new ones, since they help keep the car from burning to the ground in the event of a major short.
Under normal circumstances, starting your car will drain the battery a little, but the alternator will charge it back up as you drive. I was able to jump start once, but after i shut off the engine and tried to restart again, the electrical system went dead (no power). The vehicle is a 1999 honda odyssey.
New battery but nothing inside car is working. The on board computer has been acting strangely and then it shut down completely and now there is no power at all to my vehicle. Checked under bonnet for connections etc., all seemed fine.
I put the key in the ignition and turned it and the ticking noise stopped but the car is completely dead, no lights or anything. If one of the links burns/blows, then whatever that wire powers on the car will be dead. For some, if the battery is dead and not working properly, you will need to get a replacement or repair the battery.
When i took the key out the ignition. This means that your car’s issue is completely dead, but the battery is good can no longer continue in your car. In fact drove it on the 4th of july, went out yesterday morning and turned the key, click, no start, everything lights up, good power et.but no joy.
Stop immediately if you see any smoke. Remove the battery cables, and use a knife, file, or sandpaper to remove the corrosion from the inside of the battery cable terminal loops, and sand the battery posts shiny. Asked by blackbitch in granite bay, ca on december 06, 2012.
You also need to check the sulphuric acid concentration of the battery. Other likely issues are the fuel pump, ignition switch, battery cables, starter, or a clogged fuel filter. Assumed the battery had randomly died.
Car batteries tend to run 12 or more volts, and if the battery falls below that amount, you could have a dead battery. When stored properly, a detached car battery can last up to six months. Is the battery able to turn the engine?
Some of these problems are enough to kill a battery on their own, while others are usually. Got in the car, realised there was absolutely no electrical power, completely dead, no dashboard/interior lights, turning key in ignition did nothing. All fuses appear to be good.
The battery can be fully charged but still not be able to start the vehicle if it is failing or has a dead cell. We just moved to indiana from florida and are experiencing single digit temperatures for the first time. I removed screw and cleaned screw, cable connection and scrapped the paint away so it would make a good connection.
After replacing the battery, i turned the key, it clicked twice and then started. As you may know, the alternator charges the battery while the engine runs by generating amperage and recharging the battery while the engine turns the alternator pulley. Get the charging system tested.
To deal with this problem you will be needing a voltmeter to check the voltage and a charger to recharge the battery. When the alternator is not working properly, this may result in the battery. However, if it doesn’t start, a blown fuse might be the problem, a broken ignition switch, or a bad starter.
If everything works, then there was a problem with the computer booting up with the battery in the vehicle. Was about to call break down, then suddenly all power came back and i was able to start the car. Giving the battery a charge every 12 weeks is a good standard to follow.
In that same way, any power that your car’s accessories use while you are driving should be supplied by the alternator, so the battery never “cycles” deeper than it. Dead battery well, i am also back at it.put the new battery in six weeks ago, everything ran fine and have had the car out on multiple occasions. The voltage regulator is a unit that regulates the charging of the battery by the alternator and maintaining a certain amperage while the engine runs.
If you have been using the same car battery for a while now then the charge must have been reduced. Some of the most common reasons for a car battery to die repeatedly include loose or corroded battery connections, persistent electrical drains, charging problems, constantly demanding more power than the alternator can provide, and even extreme weather. But battery is new and fully charged.
Car batteries are completely dead and won’t jump? What causes a car battery to keep dying? My car is completely dead.
If there still is no power and all connections are tight, then the fuse box could have a short causing the power to revert back to the battery. You can cut out the fuse links, and splice the two wire ends together to get power back to the car. When someone says that their car battery is dead, this usually refers to the idea that it is discharged.
When the car is off, then use the voltmeter to check the current voltage between the two terminals. Our 2003 buick rendezvous was having trouble starting, so i replaced the battery today. The remotes will not work, i manually opened the car door with the actual key and it sounds like a ticking time bomb.
This means that the voltage of the battery is below a functional amount. My car is completely dead. Your battery will drain faster when it’s connected to your vehicle than when it’s disconnected.
So yes, the battery can go completely dead. Try disconnecting the battery for 20 minutes and reconnecting the battery. Ensure the voltage remains higher than 14 volts.
A qualified technician such as one from yourmechanic will be able to diagnose your issues starting and make any repairs required. Can a completely dead battery be recharged? Best thing would be to diagnose it with lexia and it will point you towards the problem area
Make sure it is fully charged. Try connecting to a working battery for a couple of minutes and then retry recharging. My car is completely dead.
The negative battery where it connects to the frame of the car is painted and the screw was a little loose. They finally got it started, but had to leave the “jumper battery” attached to the car or else it died immediately. I left my dome light on and 3 days later car was completely dead, no sounds or light.
Charge the battery for 20 minuets. There is no electrical power at all, like there is a dead battery.