Question about 1997 Infiniti.5 J30
I had a battery less than a year old, took it to auto zone. They said battery bad. Replaced it and 3 days later battery dead again. When checking the original, voltage was over 12volts, almost 15. Looks to me like voltage regualtor or alternator. But could that be causing the battery to die. How much do you think it would cost to replace? This is for 2000 Infiniti I30, which was not listed in the products below
It's prob corroded leads on your Bose Amp. Same thing happened to me. Battery kept dying. 3 times!
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
12 volt is actually a misnomer of sorts... it's actually closer to 13.8 volts i believe. if the voltage regulator is not working right you could very well be frying the battery. replacing it is the cost of the alternator + labour (unless you do it yourself).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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