why wont my 95 dodge neon start, turn over?

Asked by Jan 06, 2013 at 10:11 AM about the 1995 Dodge Neon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

car suddenly wont turn over, just click click! was stRTING fine 6 hrs ago.

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Sounds like a dead battery. The clicking is probably the starter solenoid trying to connect the battery to the starter. One cell can short out in a battery without any notice. Then you've only got 10 volts which is not enough for the starter. If you have a volt meter check the battery voltage. It should be 12 volts.

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All so check your battery conections for corsion and make sure they are tight and clean

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sounds like a bad batt,also using a volt meter to check it is point less even if it has 12 volts if it has no cca or way below what it should have it wont start either

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if the batt checks out fine, its the starter.

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