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75 amp minimum pos to the right

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I have a new battery for my car and it will not start crank just click.The car has very low mileage.


Without amp rating on charger let's move on to other items to look at.
Are the connections to battery tight and clean. Make sure you have cleaned both posts. Make sure there is no corrosion on cable ends. Also look at the wire that runs to ground , insure that is clean as well. Reconnect battery!
Turn off all accessories (radio, heater, A/C). When you open doors does the dome light turn on.
Does the dome light dim as you crank / click.
Can the car be jump started? If yes then I would lean to a weak battery. Without test equipment ( voltmeter) tough to varify.
You didn't explain why you replaced battery, but a purchased battery usually will normally be enough.
Make sure the battery size (amp hours) is rated for your engine size.
make sure wires to your starter are also corrosion free. A bad ground won't allow enough current flow giving you the click no crank.
try turning the key on off rapidly thus making starter move slightly and if it starts you are probably in need of new starter. The starter relay is easy to replace and cheaper so you can start there.

Sep 23, 2016 | 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Car cuts off immeditely, when jumper cables are removed


Looks alternator is bad.Battery is weak.

Apr 12, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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No power to anything except the anti-theft light is still blinking


check for weak battery should have 12.6 volts if not battery weak or dead, have battery charged and check out.if battery hold charge then more likely alternator not charging battery due to faulty voltage regulator.if battery weak cant be charged battery need replacing also clean or replace battery cables,clean corrossion from battery cables.

Sep 25, 2012 | 2006 Ford Freestar

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I have a 1988 crown victoria. First the car would not crank because of a dead battery so i traded it with another battery around the house that was a 12v. Now when i crank up the car it will not shut off...


The battery is not the problem the starter solenoid that is mounted on the inside of the fender near the battery is causing this, the contacts get burnt from running a weak battery and burn closed. The red (+) battery cable goes to one side of the solenoid and the other side goes down to the starter. See picture below. I seen this dozens of times in my shop. The part is less than $20.00


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Jul 01, 2011 | 1988 Ford Crown Victoria

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85 Jeep CJ 7 engine bucks with headlights on.


ALTERNATOR COULD BE WEAK OR WRONG SIZE IN AMPS.NOT PUTTING OUT ENOUGH POWER.CHECK TO MAKE SURE POSITIVE BATTERY CABLE AND GROUND CABLES IN GOOD CONDITIONS.IF BATTERY CABLES IS BAD.THEY WILL CAUSE VOLTAGE PROBLEMS.

Jan 01, 2010 | Jeep CJ Cars & Trucks

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Battery does not stay charged its not the alternator i checked what could it b


well if the battery terminals are good then you may have a bad fusible link down at the starter not letting the power get to the battery! did you take a voltage reading at the back of the alt. on the big lug with the red wire on it? if it is putting out high 13 vdc low 14 vdc then go to the battery and if there is anything less then that is most likely the issue! but be carefule because bad baterry terminals can trick you. put the meter leads on the battery terminals and then directly on the battery post to make sure there is no voltage drop! if you have any more question please ask! good luck

Sep 20, 2009 | 1990 Lincoln Continental

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Weak battery; can we replace with any battery ourselves?


Yes but I'd be more interested in why the battery is "weak" after only 3 years. Do yourself a favor, go to an independant repair shop or auto parts dealer, most will check your charging system free of charge (you can call first to verify). If the charging system checks out (they will usually do a battery check too). and the battery checks out, you don't need a battery.
Finally, if you do decide to buy a new battery, any auto parts dealer or some tire dealers will have a battery to fit your Rav 4. Hope this lengthy reply (LOL) answers your question. It's a good thing to do your homework like you've just done so pat yourself on the back for me! Best of luck.
Greg

May 24, 2009 | 2006 Toyota RAV4

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2003 Cadillac cts battery up/won't start


it sounds like to me the battery is dead. a way to test that is to trun the headlights on and see if the headlights dim if they do it has a weak charge

Jan 18, 2009 | 2003 Cadillac CTS

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