The other test you can run are limited due to safety co. This is what i call a loaded question.
In both cases, the solution is to replace the faulty items.
Car won't start no noise or lights. If the car makes a rapid clicking sound when you turn the key but won’t start, it could be the battery. No noise at all from trying to start engine. Either the power from the switch isn’t getting to it, or it’s broken.
If the car won’t start, but your lights work, then. Most likely a dead battery. No clicking sound and no sound from the engine can indicate a bad ignition switch.
One of the main reasons for the car won’t start no noise occurrence in your vehicle is a dead or dying battery. A fault with one of the battery components. Cranking noise, but won’t start.
Your starter isn’t turning on for some reason. Car won't start but lights come on no noise. Car wont start, turning key but no sound, all lights work, (1999 bmw 323i) i was in a hurry coming back from work in traffic and it was start and stop start and stop the whole way.
You haven’t driven your car for a long time. If you hear noises, but your car still won’t start, you need to check your engine’s fuel supply. So what can you do if your vehicle will not start and it has no noise?
Car won’t start, no noise, but lights work. One of the main reasons for the car won’t start no noise occurrence in your vehicle is a dead or dying battery. A clicking noise when turning the key usually indicates a problem with the starter motor.
If a car will not turn over but the lights and radio still work, the problem is either a bad starter motor or a faulty ignition switch. You might have an interlock, like the neutral switch, not working. Ignition switches rarely fail, but it is possible.
Tapping the starter can sometimes get it going again, but no guarantees. You can call a friend or ask for help, get a jump starter, check your fuse box, check your starter, check your engine light, check your coils, check your wires and spark plugs, check your fuel tank, you might have a bad fuel pump, or you can check your fuel lines. This is the switch you turn in the key or it could be part of it that is connected to that mechanism in the steering wheel.
The low battery voltage means that your car won’t start, but there is no noise. If there’s no sound at all, the starter solenoid isn’t working. Lights, dash radio all work.
When you turn the key and the car doesn’t start, it has no noise and no lights because the battery is unable to supply power to the lights and engine. Car won’t start, has no noise and no lights. However if there is no sound at all, not even a click, it's probably your battery.
Clicking noise, but won’t start. Start by getting a jump start. Car won't start no noise but lights work.
Car wont start no noise no lights. Problem had not been occurring often, but when it. Something electrical was left on in the car, like the lights, which ran the battery down.
If your car won't start but the lights and radio work fine, it could be one of several problems. Car won't start no noise but lights work. It can be due to a bad battery or a faulty ignition switch.
If the car lights dim, then your ignition switch is working fine. Wait 6 or more hours and it starts like nothing's wrong. If there is no sound when you turn the key, but the lights and accessories work, it could be the stater relay or starter solenoid.
Do the lights on the dashboard turn on? This improper installation would directly cause your “new battery car won’t start no lights” condition in your car. This is what i call a loaded question.
5 min from my house the red battery light comes on and. If a car will not turn over but the lights and radio still work, the problem is either a bad starter motor or a faulty ignition switch. If the lights and horn work, but the starter motor doesn’t crank, or it makes a grinding noise that turns into clicking, the starter motor or an electrical relay or starter solenoid could be bad.
Something electrical was left on in the car, like the lights. You can diagnose this problem by analyzing the fuel filter, the fuel lines, and the fuel injector. For a simple check, turn your lights on and then turn your ignition key.
Spark plugs and wires are known to cause a car won’t start no noise problem.