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If you have a multi-meter check the battery voltage at the terminals of the battery 12 v dc or better indicate that the battery is nearly fully charged.
no meter no problem. Turn on the head lights and look into the light and if the light is dim and flickers the battery is either weak or needs a charge. If the car will not start and you are able remove the battery and take it to Auto Parts store of choice. Have them do a full diagnostics. They may need it for a while to recharge the battery before checking. If battery is bad replace. If not charge battery and take car to favorite garage. Remember not to depress the gas pedal after battery disconnect. If you do the engine electronics will have to relearn idle. Some times the engine will continually stall during the relearn process. Better to leave the pedal alone during battery replacement.
If the car starts take it to a Auto Parts store and have them check the battery and charging system.
I expect that a CD is stuck in the radio or a light switch was left on
Brake Light (bad switch)
Cooling fan thermostat (bad thermostat)
What has happened is that the battery has run down and as the battery sits for a few seconds voltage comes up and light goes on. With light on battery voltage goes back down and relay clicks. Of course this will discharge the battery.
your title says camera ? but your post is in pride mobility ? but this will apply for any rechargeable batteries. the batteries could be at the end of there life ( they only charge so many times ) but cold and other things can drain them. heres a fix to try and get the full charge to stay full. you might have to do it a few times. charge batteries over night untill fully charged,prop the scooter up and jam the throttle on and just let it run flat ( anything else with full charge do the same.power on and let them run flat ) once there flat recharge again but drain the battery so it wont even light the lights.try it to see if the next charge holds ? if not try the same thing again. this is called calibrating..you might find after the first try it will hold half of its charge but will get better the more time you calibrate it. if that dose not work you will need new batteries. also try leaving them out of the item not in use to see if they drain on there own,this could give you a clue as to something being left on when there inside ? hope this helps
Try fully discharging the battery first and let it sit for a few days. Then fully recharge before use. What happens with battery operated drills is the batteries develop what is called memory of the charge level when they are recharged and will not charge past that point but the charge light will show full charge. It happens when the drill is used for a period of time and then the battery is placed in the charger ready for next time instead of using the drill until it is flat or leaving a partially used drill on the bench and not recharging it until it is flat
Rechargeable batteries can become weakened over time by light use and light charging. Try running the shaver totally flat and then charge the shaver over night. If this gives you back your batteries back their charge then in future run the shaver until flat each time before charging.
It sounds like the Alternator is actually bad. One great way to determine this: Recharge the new battery with a trickle charge overnight. Make sure use remove the wires going to the Battery before recharging. Replace the Battery Wires. Get the Vehicle Started. When it has Started: Leave it Running and Disconnect and Remove the Negative side of the Battery. If the Vehicle dies, it is the Alternator that is bad, and needs to be replaced.. The Battery starts that vehicle, and provides nominal power to certain accessories. The Alternator actual Runs the Engine and Recharges the Battery with a low trickled charge.
All rechargeable batteries have a limited life, and as they age their charge capacity reduces over time and you get shorter and shorter time between charges.
Recharage batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and batteries over 2 years old are considered nearly worn out. Worn out batteries won't charge up at all.