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Great! what kind of problem are you having with vehicle?

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1984 Nissan pickup with 2.4 not cranking new battery new starter just clicks


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CCA--Cold Cranking Amps
That is at zero degrees
Total cranking amps is at 32 degrees

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The 12 volt battery is 6 cells @1.2 v each = 13.2 v

You need 12.6 volts to test a car or you charge it first

You need over 13 volts to charge a battery,thus the alternator

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If the starter is pulling to many amps to crank the engine,it will drop the battery voltage too low for the fuel pump to operate at all or operate properly and the car will not start if it is not getting fuel at the proper pressure or no pressure.

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Purchased new battery, had alternator checked, and it will only start if jumped of every time. Thank you for your time.


If you connections are good at the battery and the starter, you probably need a new starter-it is drawing more cranking amps than your new battery can provide, but the jump is putting it 'over the top' with more push (amps)-if it is very cold where you are, consider removing the battery and putting it inside to warm it up-but, you might have gotten a battery that does not have the minimum cold cranking amps (CCA) required for your vehicle.

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Hows your oil level?When was the last oil change?May take more to get it started if oil is low or old.Oil turns to syrup in the cold.

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