Question about 2001 Dodge Durango
I have replaced the ignition switch
The started has been checked at the auto parts store is ok
The battery is putting out 11.9 volts
The starter relay clicks
There seems to be a secondary click under the vehicle
Is my only options to replace battery and cables and just use the process of elimination or has anyone else had this problem ?
Your battery is discharged. You need MINIMUM 12.4 volts to start your car, but preferably 12.6 volts. At 11.9 your battery is FULLY discharged. You probably need a new battery but you could have it tested. Most auto parts stores and many repair shops will do this for free.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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