Dead batteries are fixable, on the contrary inconvenient.
A vehivle that won't engender normally points to one object: a dead battery. A battery can hold a rare matters fault with it that won't spare it to conduct a charge including: a dead battery, a malicious electrical connexion, or low soak in the battery cells. Charging a dead battery can be done easily with another machine and jumper cables or by using a 12-volt DC battery charger.
Jump Start a Dead Car Battery
1.7. Reconnect the battery cables to the battery. Plug a 12-volt AC car battery charger into a standard 110-volt outlet to charge your battery and remember to connect the red clamp to the positive terminal and the black clamp to the negative terminal. For best results, use a boost charge for a few minutes, then slowly charge the battery until the meter shows it is charged. Then keep the non-dead car running and pop open the hood on the vehicle.
2. Connect the jumper cables to the running vehicle first. Do not let the jumper cable black and red connectors touch because it will cause sparks. Connect the red clamp to the positive terminal and the black clamp to the negative terminal. Then connect the other end of the jumper cables to the dead battery the same way.
3. Let the battery charge for about a minute. Try starting the vehicle which had the dead battery. If it starts, then disconnect the jumper cables from both vehicles and let your car run for a while while the alternator charges the battery.
Fix a Dead Car Battery
4. Get inside your car and under the steering wheel on the left side there should be a handle to pop your hood open. Pull the hood open handle and keep your hood open; use the propping mechanism provided, if the hood doesn't stay open on its own.
5. Use a flathead screwdriver to pry the two lids off the cells on the top of the battery. Avoid spilling any water in the cells. If the cells are dry then the battery can't hold a charge. Buy distilled water and fill them about a half an inch from the top and replace the cell lids and tap them back on.
6. Remove the battery cables from both the positive and negative posts on the battery with a wrench or pliers. Use a wire brush to clean both posts of the terminal and clean the inside hole of the battery cables. Mix a couple of teaspoons of baking soda into a cup of water and slowly pour the mixture on both the battery posts and the battery cable connectors.
Bend inside your automobile and under the steering turn on the left side there should be a stem to pop your hood open. Pull the hood open handle and keep your hood open; use the propping mechanism provided, if the hood doesn't stay open on its own. Drive another car up in front of or beside your car (so the hoods are near each other). Once the battery is charged, remove the charger clamps from the battery and shut the hood.