Why won’t my 2002 XL7 Suzuki start

Asked by GuruXHP3G Oct 30, 2018 at 01:00 AM about the 2002 Suzuki XL-7

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When you turn the key to the “acc”
everything works..the air turns on along with
the radio, the headlights and all the
dashboard lights but when you go to turn it
over nothing happens, I don’t get a click or
anything it’s as if you’re not even turning the
key

3 Answers

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It's a dead or dying battery; you might have enough juice to light the lights, but not enough to turn the starter motor. Jump start the car properly; leave donor hooked up long enough to charge your battery, at least ten minutes. If your car starts, fine. If it does not start, replace your battery. After either of these, go to an auto parts store and have any codes read. They may point you to the reason your battery died.

2 people found this helpful.

Mine is doing the same.. was it your battery??

Did you get your car fixed was it your battery mine is doing the same thing as well I just rebuild my motor and I get nothing when I turn my key

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