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So far, replaced battery ( third one in 4 years ) Checked all earths and battery connections.Pulled and tested every fuse, found one ignition fuse missing. After fitting one it ran good for 4 days, then reverted back to the same issue. I found that after reading the voltage drop and seeing the warning light the reading from the battery matches what is on the dash, however turn the motor off and charge reverts to around 14.6 volts. Any clues appreciated. John
I agree...Check the alternator....Bad regulator in the alternator will kill a battery over time...Replacing the battery will solve the issue for a while but will slowly kill that battery too. You can get your alternator checked for free at auto zone and advance auto as well as other places...Also you can put a higher voltage alternator replacement for a little extra money. This solved my issue in my car from all the power things I had...like power windows, radio,boom boxes...My window s even rolled up faster...Hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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