Question about 1996 Oldsmobile Aurora
96 camaro has problem starting, it is fine when I jump start it and lights AC radio and everything work. I took my old battery toautozone they said it was bad so I bou a new one. I still have the same problems and the voltage readings are actually lower. Is this likely something like an alternater starter or bad cables
Just to be sure. Check to make sure all connection on the battery are good. You should read 12.9V or somewhere around there. I would start by checking the clip on the left side of the battery where you have all your positive wires. And make sure that connection is good. Sometimes it gets weather and you no longer have a good enough connection for bigger power users like the starter to work. However the lights and radio still may work. If you still have a problem, check the starter. It may be bad. If the car is on and when you go to start it and all you hear is a clicking noise, then its the starter. Good Luck!
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