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Total electrical power failure. vehilce totally dies no electrical power whatsoever, just had new battery, will start again after a few mins, but keeps cutting out

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    Bill Schilz May 11, 2010

    Are you sure the battery cables are clean and securely tightened? Have you had the new battery checked? It is not uncommon for a new battery to fail right away.

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Sund like it is not charging have the alt checked

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