Troubleshooting A Car That Wont Start
The Car Is Silent When You Turn The Key In The Ignition
The Car Makes A Clicking Noise But Won't Start.
Jumping A Start
To safely jump a start, follow these steps:
I HAVE A FLAT, NOW WHAT?
The most obvious reason to jack up a car is to change a tire, but other jobs, such as inspecting brakes, may also require you to get under the vehicle. Before you jack up your vehicle, observe the following safety precautions:
Never Change A Tire On A Freeway Or Highway.
Always Park A Vehicle On Level Ground Before You Jack It Up.
Put The Car In Park (or In First If You Have A Manual Transmission) And Engage The Parking Brake Before You Jack Up The Vehicle.
After you’ve observed all the safety precautions, follow these steps to jack up a vehicle: