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Turns over till batteries flat tried 4 times with quick start but won't start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your battery with a voltmeter. Should be at least 11.6 volts to start car. Less than that, it needs recharged or replaced. Parts stores will check your battery condition for free. A load test should show if it's good or needs replacing.
Posted on Oct 31, 2011
Modern batteries don't like to sit unused for 6 years and may not take and/or hold a charge sufficient for starting.
If you don't already have one, you can get a digital meter for <$20 at auto parts or electronic stores.
While checking across the battery terminals, try to start. If the voltage changes very little, then the starter isn't seeing it well enough to draw current; starter, solenoid or a crusty connector can be blamed.
If the voltage falls down to 70-75 percent when trying to start, then the battery is probably dead forever.
Some, but not all, can be restored by applying 2-4 times their normal charge voltage and monitoring it to see if the drawn current starts to climb.
If it does, DO NOT LEAVE THE HIGH CHARGE VOLTAGE ATTACHED UNLESS YOU STAY CLOSE TO IT.
I generally reduce the applied voltage until the current drawn drops to a few hundred milliamps and then check it every few hours to check progress.
If you can get the charge voltage down to 1.2-1.5 times the rated voltage and still have current flow, the battery may recover.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
SOURCE: Fan stays on
It is very likely you have a stuck on cooling fan control relay, this is common and can be caused by a fan motor that is failing and drawing excessive current, that burns the contacts together. We do not have this make in my neck of the planet (USA) so not sure where the relay is, but it is most likely in the under hood fuse and relay center.
Posted on Jul 22, 2016
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