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Once fully charged, the Eliminator 700 A starts to beep a few days later... Is it still good or do I need a new one?

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SOURCE: 96 grand am won't start!

I just went thru a similar problem. When I changed my fuel filter the problem stopped. I can't say that it is the exact solution for your problem. But it is a cheap fix if it is. You can remove the old one and tell before you buy a new one. The filter is located in fron of the gas tank. It comes off easily. If its clogged then replace it. ( I recommend replacing it evey year anyways). There are a few other possible problems that it could be. I hope this helps

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SOURCE: 2000 blazer will not start

Is there an engine light on or have trouble codes been checked? How many miles are on the vehicle?

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First thing to do is check for errors in the engine system. After that maybe i can help you more.

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SOURCE: my lights flicker on and

It sounds like your vehicle has a bad alternator

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SOURCE: i just replaced battery and alternater but the battery died hile driving and once i jump the car it ill run for thirty seconds then die.

Try to check the battery voltage with the engine running. Should be at least 13.6V from the alternator to charge the battery enough.

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It could be a number of things:
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Before you change your alternator try to confirm that it is your problem. If I were you I would first get a battery charger and fully charge your battery, once fully charged try to start the car, If it starts let it run while monitoring your battery voltage, if the the voltage stays around 12-14 volts your alternator is good, however if the voltage slowly drops as the car runs then it is definatly your alternator which is not charging your battery. Although you stated you installed a battery with 10.57 volts and the next day it was at 2.34 which is not normal(unless you live in an extremely cold environment), you could also have a short in your system which is draining your battery.

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