Question about 1996 Nissan Pickup
You have low battery voltage. Normal 12volt batter should have almost 13 volts when fully charged. It's spring--check your battery cable ends / batter terminals. Got the white cancer growing? Remove and clean everything off and rinse with baking soda and water. Make the ends and terminals nice and shiny. Fully charge the battery and hook everything back up. To help stop the forming of the white cancer, use red/green felt pads or battery terminal spray. If your battery runs down again, take to NAPA and have them check your battery. If your battery is 5 years old or more you might need a new one.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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