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Can you provide more information on the problem you are experiencing - make, model and year of motorcycle you have. Battery age???

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2007 Denali won't hold charge. Replaced alternator and checked battery. Will run for a while then all of a sudden just won't crank. Jump off and it will run for a little while before it does it again.

2007 Denali ? GMC Yukon Denali ? doesn't matter , it's not charging ? before replacing the alternator did you have it checked ? Is there B+ voltage on the heavier gage wire on the back ? Is the battery light symbol lit on the instrument cluster ? This charging system is computer controlled .
Electrical Power Management (EPM) Overview
The electrical power management (EPM) system is designed to monitor and control the charging system and send diagnostic messages to alert the driver of possible problems with the battery and generator. This EPM system primarily utilizes existing on-board computer capability to maximize the effectiveness of the generator, to manage the load, improve battery state-of-charge and life, and minimize the system's impact on fuel economy. The EPM system performs 3 functions: Your best bet would be to have a qualified repair shop test the system .

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My car didn't take the R-134a

If your car ac is not taking in refrigerant, it could be caused by several things.
If you have recently done work on the system and you are going to fill the system the first time, you will need to pull a very deep vacuum before trying to charge in refrigerant. If you have already properly evacuated the system and having problems getting the correct charge adjusted, you may be having problem with pressure equilizing between the refrigerant source and your ac system. To get the refrigerant going again, you need to connect the charging hose on the low pressure side of the ac system and turn the fan and ac on cool. The pressure in the ac system on the low pressure side will get lower than the pressure in the refrigerant container and flow will start. When charging initially, charge liquid on the high pressure side and with the ac system running, charge gas on the low pressure side. To charge liquid, invert most container so spout is down, to charge gas, keep container right side up. Charging by gas help you to not over charge your system. Beware on most vehicle ac systems the suction and discharge connections are two different sizes and require the proper adapter. If you still having problems creating a pressure difference to move refrigerant, you can try immersing the refrigerant container in warm water or applying warm air to the exterior of the container.
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there is a circuit breaker in front of the rear wheel behind the plastic inner guard, it is a 30 amp circuit breaker which will cut the circuit to protect the charging system if there is an electrical fault and then automatically reset after a short time but will trip again if the electrical fault has not been repaired, that is the only fuse/circuit breaker that I know of for the charging system

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Battery not charging

If a battery seems unable to hold its charge, it may have a defective cell or an electrical short that makes normal operation impossible. Check the electrical system. A faulty car electrical system may also cause premature power drainage. Battery terminals may grow dirty or develop corrosion, interfering with proper performance and causing the battery to deliver more power than the situation actually requires.

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My Craftsman 16 hp and 42 battery not charging is it normal?

get mower started and check the charging voltage at battery. it should be at least 13.5 at battery.check cables to battery and the inline charging fuse, its located somewhere in charging system.if its charging, but battery is still dead. it could be a bad battery. or alternator. . Examine the lawn mower electrical system by starting the lawn mower up, and then removing the battery. If the lawn mower turns off after the battery is disconnected, the lawn mower electrical system is the culprit.
its a good possibility that the battery is bad if it has been in use for 4-5 years.
check the fuses first. good-day !

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How do i keep charging, i'm using it in india... i plug it into charging , the light does not on, it also not charge... what to do ? thanks in advance

You need a transformer from Their Electric system to American standard as the electricity system in Europe and Asia and yes In India uses a completely different system, you should be able to go to any local hardware store and get a ...-110v plug in transformer, mine cost me about 10 Euros in Europe

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If your alternator/electrical system is 100%, it will run normally and charge the battery as it runs. If the electrical system has a problem and the is not 13volts available as you drive, it can cause a loss of power, or stop all together, or missfire or burn up electrical componets. Low voltage is bad.

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I have 1989 toyota tercel.The alternator will run the car's electrical system but will not charge the battery.I have a new battery and alternator.what the problem?

Check the charging rate of the car's electrical should read at idling 14volts.If its not or is just reading 12volts or low means the alternator is not charging, Replace the alternator and get the old battery charged or if its more thn 17months old replace it.
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