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# Is the 12 volt battery and IMB battery on a 2007Honda Civic connected

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SOURCE: 2002 honda Civic. Ran

A discharged battery could have caused this problem,you must have left accessories or lights on...if your battery is working well then it must be the starter...

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### How to wire rhe batterys for 24 volts... Example pos. To pos. Or neg. To pos. Ther are two batterys 12 volts

if you want the same voltage but with increased capacity connect positive to positive and negative to negative on each successive battery ---connected in parallel
example 6 X 12 batteries each of 200 crank hours will be equal to 12 volts and 1200 crank hours ( good for mobile fridges , winches , battery hoists etc)
if you want to increase voltage in the bank then connect positive to negative for each successive battery ---connected in series
for example
with 6 X 12 batteries of 200 crank amps you will have 6 times the 12 volts which equals 72 volts and the current flow is increase from 200 crank amps to exceed the 1200 crank amps because of the electrical principles and formula I think it works out to be around 72 times the 200 crank amps ( I am sure that there are mathematicians out there that will adjust the sum to make it correct)
However I think that you get the idea
when charging batteries it is always positive to positive with the battery leads to the first battery in the bank and the difference is if in parallel the charger has to be big enough the charge at the accepted rate of the batteries ( 12 volts charge at 14.5 volts and around 20 amps an drop back as the batteries charge
when the batteries are in series it all changes and best talk with a good battery supplier as to how it is set up and if you need to change the charging circuit and equipment

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### 48 volt club car 4 12 v batteries one batterie checks 20 v when I single it out when I unhook it it checks 12 v

If you have 4 off 12 volt batteries connected in series (positive to negative leaving a positive terminal and negative terminal with no wires on then that is 48 volts. To check the batteries you have to disconnect each battery and have a load test done on each battery for 12 volts and dead cells. To get 20 volts you still have 2 batteries connected together with a good battery connected to a battery with a dead cell or else you would have 24 volts.

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### I have an '05 Honda Civic, and we thought the battery was gone. We jump started the car, and drove it home. We fully charged the battery, but it still doesn't start. Lights are funny, and while...

if your seeing 12 volts after the charge, it doesn't mean the battery is good,, a single cell thats bad in a battery will give you fits and produce the problems you listed,, remove the battery , and have it LOAD tested, that way you will get a true correct reading, a battery can show `12 volts, but a bad cell will not let it charge to the correct amps it needs to start the vehicle. once you've done that , and your sure you have a good battery ,, start the vehicle,, ( make sure that when you replaced the battery , that all the connections are clean and tight) with a meter, place one lead on each battery terminal, you should get a reading between 13.5 and 14.5 volts, if you do , then your alternator is doing its job, if not,, replace the alternator, ( your vehicle doesn't have a generator)

Sep 18, 2011 | 2005 Honda Civic

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### When i start my honda civic the starter sounds like its scratchy do I need a new battery or starter?

As per the problem which you mentioned,it indicates faulty or loose connected starter.But still to confirm the fault,you can get the battery tested by volt meter.It should show 12 volts.If there is 12 volts then battery is functioning and starter is the issue.One more thing.The starter gets power to start from the battery.The battery terminal is connected to starter.So with the ignition off,disconnect the battery to starter connection then clean the terminals and then reconnect the connections then recheck.If still the same problem then starter is the issue. Also in some cases if there is no or low fuel in the vehicles fuel tank then this types of problems are seen,so confirm the fuel quantity in the vehicle.---------------This will help you.Thanks.Helpmech.

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### Will not start

check battery voltage (12 volts) and connections.If still won't start after checking this, then it could be a starter.

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### Heater fan does not work

While you have the fan out, connect the positive lead and negative lead to the battery. If it powers up, then your problem is most likely the switch or resistor.

Jan 27, 2010 | 1994 Honda Civic

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### 1994 honda civic dx one head light does not work. I changed both head lamps.

Why would you change one that worked? Check connector for 12 volts and check for a broken ground connection

Sep 28, 2009 | 1994 Honda Civic

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### 2002 honda Civic. Ran fine this morning. Won't start. All dials click rapidly. Battery tests 12 volts.

A discharged battery could have caused this problem,you must have left accessories or lights on...if your battery is working well then it must be the starter...

Jul 05, 2009 | 2002 Honda Civic

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### The battery light is on what does that mean

generally, the battery lite will come on due to a charging problem. 1st ck to make sure belt is on and tight. 2nd if you have volt meter, with vehicle running, ck voltage at battery terminals. should be over 13.5 volts, if not, verify there is 12 volt supply to large red wire at alternator. if there is voltage at alternator, but less than 13.5 across battery with it running, replace alternator

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### Honda civic 2002 prosmatic

This sounds like a poor connection at the fuse, use a 12 volt test light and make sure the fuse for the instrument cluster has power to both sides of the fuse and that the wires leaving the fuse box have 12 volts as well.

Nov 01, 2008 | 2001 Honda Civic

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