Question about 1995 Eagle Talon
Check the voltage on the battery by connecting a meter in voltmeter mode across the terminals, lower than 12.2 volts if it is dead. Make sure all lights (door closed etc) are off. Now put your meter into ammeter mode between the negative lead and the negative battery terminal, note the amps (should be very low). If you have any current drain remove the fuses one at a time and note any sudden drops. The fuses that results in the most current drain is the one that is draining your battery. Glove box and trunk interior lights failing to go off when they should are classic battery killers Get the car started with jump leads. When it is idling put a voltmeter again across the battery terminals the voltage should between 12.4 and 14.4 volts. Switch on all the lights heating etc and note the voltage. If it is maintained your alternator is OK. Once you have removed any electrical gremlins then it will be appropriate to check out any other issues
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Please see my tip at http://www.fixya.com/cars/r6715318-causes_gasoline_engine_misfires . These are generic instructions. If you get stuck or need specific instructions for your car, please get back to me with engine info.
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