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either your battery is shot as in dead or your charger is faulty
you could try to charge it using a usb lead in your computer or another usb port to see if that works , or try another charger to eliminate your lead /charger you are using
You have all the making of not enough power to operate the radio and it shuts down to protect itself. Hook the power leads directly to the battery terminals and keep the leads as short as possible. The more wire you have the more resistance and the more resistance the less volts your radio can see. Also be certain you have a good ground connection
Where did you ground the winch motor? You need a separate, heavy duty, switch with a relay to transfer the positive side voltage properly... DO NOT ground to the battery..use a clean, free of paint, place to ground. You may have fried the solenoid..do not connect the positive side to the solenoid. Direct connection to the + battery from the relay is good with a good waterproof fuse in line. Sometimes I have seen the "maint. free" batteries die when used "wrong" and still show 13 volts+.
Radio should have 2 power leads, one should be switched, (hooked to key switch) and one should be hooked direct to battery so you don't lose memory when you shut the car off. Someone hooked them both to the key switch.
There should be connection to the window motor inside the door panel. Disconnect it and run two leads from the battery.. One on negative one on positive. touch the leads from the motor with the leads from the battery. reversing the positive and negative leads, change the direction the motor turn.
You must try to crank it by hand ,remove spark plugs so there will be little compression and then try to turn the motor it should turn without to much force this will indicate the motor has not seized when hooking up a jump start do not connect both leads directly to the battery ! the red + lead should connect to the red+ on both batteries but the neg lead - should not go to the battery post but to a ground usually directly to the metal engine cover or you can damage the battery !
clock probably doesn't stay either.....sounds likke the wiring may be incorrect...there are 2 battery + leads on these radios...One is yellow...which should be hooked up to a hot lead that is hot all the time even with the key off( you could just run a wire to the positive side of the battery)..thios lead is the memory lead that keeps stations, settings, and the clock....then there is the red lead that is supposed to be hooked up to a switched positive lead...such as the accessory lead fron the ignition switch....it's a good bet that the red and yellow leads are hooked together and that they are hooked to a switched ignition lead right now...all you have to do is disconnect the yellow lead from where is hooked now and hook it to a hot all the time then your memory, and stations should be retained
The battery it is dead,even u plug the dvd player power in directly into the power source.Must have the battery inside and the must have some juiced left before for the dvd player to work.Tries websites like Partstore.com,Amazon.com,Ebay.com to buy a new battery or a compatible one.
The control seems to be the issue. I have rewired so many scooters. When you have power and it wont go, it is usually the control. If you cannot afford the part right away, you can rewire it or have it rewired direct
ok sounds like you have a dead battery
1) if turns but slowly:
1.1) old dead batery/
or underchaged battery >check altenator in this case
did you leave your headlights turnt on and drained the battery of its charge?if so get a jump start and then run the car for 30-45 mins to rechagre the battery
if you have at your disposal anothere batery that you know has a good charge
try starting your car with that batery(not using jumper cables) hook it up!
if the slugish turn over is still there
1.2) check your wire conections for corision this means completly disconecting 1 lead at a time (only on one end of that lead)and cleaning them with a wire brush or some sand paper.
(on the battery and the starter also the ground strap conection to the frame.)
2) WONT TURN OVER AT ALL:
2.0) dead battery >try charging it>get a jump start
2.1) blown turnkey igntion fuse
2.2) blow fuse for main har nes wires
2.3) bad starter
2.4) corosion on wire conection (most often the batery terminals)
2.5) starter replaced and hooked up incorectly.
2.6) alram system preventing the turnkey igntion system from getting power