Question about Subaru Legacy
Get a cigarette lighter voltage gauge and watch the voltage.
It should never go below 12 volts before you crank the engine, or after you turn it off. If it's above 13 volts after you shut it off and below in the morning, the battery is on it's way out.
Right after you start it, especially in the morning, the voltage should rise to 13.8 or 14.8 volts and then drop back down to 13.2 or 3 as you drive. If it doesn't you have a charging problem.
Definately remove and replace the cables to the battery, the problem is often the connection.
Posted on Oct 25, 2013
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