Make sure there’s not a problem with the circuit. Double check that enough current is reaching the starter motor. This other post may help you here.
If there’s enough current, there’s probably a mechanical problem. In this case, try turning the crankshaft using a breaker bar, using a socket on the front crankshaft pulley. Put the transmission in neutral and turn the crankshaft clockwise. If it doesn’t turn, there’s something preventing the engine from turning.
I'm dealing with a 1956 Packard. I left the key on overnight and the next day it wouldn't start, and only made a click noise. I charged the battery and tried to start but just heard the click. The sound seems to be coming from the starter. I tried to jump start it but only heard that click noise again. I tried a different battery, and the same thing happened. Could I have caused damage by leaving the key on overnight?
I have been working on a 3/4 ton GMC Sierra with a manual transmission. We've replaced the clutch components and had clutch slippage; the clutch plate was put in backward, so we had changed that out and replaced just that. Now when putting in gear or press the clutch pedal in, there’s no sound and no grab on any gear at all, like dead silence. What could this possibly be?
Can a cam sensor problem cause a rich mixture and misfire on 1 cylinder bank? The car is a 2005 KIA sedona 3.5 v6 w/136,000 miles. The cam belt was replaced at 93k miles. Recent new plugs, wires, and coils. The only codes showing are random misfire P0300, P0301, 303, 305. The scanner shows negative short and long trims on the same bank as misfires.
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