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I have checked the intermittent battery discharge problem with 3 new batterys, alternator, wiring check and more. I am baffeled. I need you geniuses to think.

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  • Thomas Tabron May 21, 2009

    Thank you MNfisherman you hit it right on the nail. I forgot all about the voltage regulator thank you very much.

    Tom

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VOLTAGE REGULATOR may need replacement.

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are you using a good voltmeter. a DMM, ? or relic analog meter.?
you put a new alternator in the car? not from autozoned i hope.
the wiring to the Alternator must be all good, them includes the case ground and battery cables, end to end, good and tight and not corroded.
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newer cars , go less nuts. they detect more errors and shut down
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wire B, goes to battery via fuse link, if this big wire fails. all bets off.
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well normally the manufactures would list a battery type in your manual or the manufactures of the battery has a catalog with the different vehicles and the recommended battery..

things to check..

1.) look for a surface discharge meaning that some stuff on the vehicle is pulling more power than it should or some device isnt shutting off properly, like the trunk light or door lights etc..

2.) check that the alternator is pushing 14.2 volts to the battery ,, around 13.6 to 14.5 is fine any more or any less will greatly reduce battery life, this can be caused by defective wiring as well so have that checked

3.) if you have an amplifier that isnt cutting off properly well that can cause this as well by greatly reducing battery life. if you have an amplifier you would need a bigger than slandered battery and in some cases alternator upgrades..

Ok points when buying a battery..

1.) buy a battery that has the longest warranty period you can get,, If its prorated its just like not having any warranty..

2.) Buy Spectype (OEM), or brand name ones like AcDelco, Die Hard, Bosch etc..

3.) Go with a slightly larger battery if you car needs 550cca (which i think it does) go with 850cc or around that, this helps if you have a surface discharge and basically prolongs life..

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2) the indicator lamp is not blown,
3) the alternator is properly grounded.

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