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My vehicle had new battery and showing at engine running voltage 14.3v and after 10 days is completely going down battery and vehicle is off in running condition on the way

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You might have your alternator checked to make sure it is holding a charge.

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My s type 3 liter v6 petrol engine jag does not get driven very frequently,so battery seems to discharge very quickly,fires up fine on a jump start,but then dies after 20 seconds .can you put me rite.

Before jumping the battery, check it with a meter to see what voltage it is. For 12v batteries a fully charged battery should be 12.7 volts. Anything less that that will decrease it's starting capacity and likely cause it to develop a self destructive process if allowed to get below 12.4 volts. The more advanced a car is the more it seems to have parasitic loads that consume battery when the vehicle is supposedly turned off (car alarms, remote key-less entry and so on).

If you are going to leave any vehicle unused for any period of time that causes the voltage to fall below the 12.4 - 12.5 volt range you should do one of two things, either disconnect the battery (unless you need the car alarm) or put it on a battery maintainer (trickle charger).

Once the vehicle is running, make sure the alternator charging voltage measured at them battery terminals is in the upper 13 volt range, or you have a charging issue and only a new battery will be able to sustain the engine under that condition for any length of time. Vehicles with electronic controls require a battery voltage of a certain voltage or it will shut down.

If it isn't a battery issue, then you have a bigger problem I can't resolve for you. Before I forget, every attempt at starting ANY auto engine is going to require the car charging system to run several minutes to replenish what was used to for each attempt, my guess is about 10 - 15 minutes depending on the air temperature.

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My car needing a jump threw out the day

Ok I would have the battery tested. While testing battery make sure all connections are clean and tight on the battery terminals. If battery checks out to be good. Test the charging system, alternator. If alternator tests good make sure you belts are not slipping or worn and stretched out as this could cause a an inconsistent charge. While doing the battery test if posible do a draw test to see if anything is during current all the time as this could be draining or weakening the battery.

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Got new battery for 01 mirage how many miles do i drive to reset computer to pass emissions test

computer re-calibrate in what is called a trip. One trip consist of starting car when engine is completely cooled off, driving until engine is at normal operating temp(temp gauge), turn off let engine completely cool again. Most cars take 3-5 "trips" to verify changes made. So i would play it safe and call it "5 Trips"

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Not starting, and not charging the battery

I see this was posted 2 years ago, and hopefully you have your truck running properly again, but for the benefit of anyone else who may have this problem as well, here are a few suggestions...
Apparently the starter, alternator and battery are all new, and were all tested to be good. I also see the truck won't start after running for a long period of time "til it cools down." I take it to mean that after the engine cools down it WILL restart. So the problem appears not to be a problem with the battery or the alternator, but may be something else entirely. There is no mention as to the status of the voltage gauge in the dash, as that would be an immediate heads-up as to a problem. If the voltage gauge is showing around 12 volts or less, then the alternator is not applying charge to the electrical system and may be in fact, faulty. If the vehicle has a voltage regulator separate from the alternator, (most have an internal regulator found inside the alternator), then the regulator may be bad and needing replacement. However, again there is no mention of this. If the voltage gauge is reading 14 volts or just over, then the alternator and regulator are operating normally and should be applying charge to the electrical system.
If it in fact will restart after a cool down period, then I would suspect something in the electrical system having to do with starting the vehicle is overheating or is getting overheated due to a missing heat shield and will not allow restart until the part cools back down.
If it will not restart without jump starting the vehicle, then there may be a loose wire or connector someplace in the wiring system. These kinds of issues can be very difficult to diagnose, and may require an experienced certified mechanic to find.
Good Luck.

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Alternator Problems, help!

First snug up belt to alternator. With engine running check voltage at battery...should be 13-14 volts. If not check connections...both battery connections, ground wires etc. Is battery good? Sounds like a short though.

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Electrical: I have a 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan and the battery light came on . So i hooked up my tester on the alternator and got a low output, than disconnected the negative terminal while the engine

My 2000 Caravan developed this problem after our hard winter so I searched and found that tapping the alternator might reveal that the brushes were intermittent. Sure enough, a slight tap caused the charging voltage to come on at around 14 Volts. A new brush assembly was under $10 on eBay and after finally getting the alternator out and the brushes replaced, re-installed all was well!


Feb 21, 2012 | 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan

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I have a 1995 Mitsubishi Montero LS. The voltage

easy test on alt start car loosen pos cable.then take off cable from batterie if alt is good it wont cut out.if it does,more than likely your alt. if the belt was the problem it would be noticeable by squealing and audible slipping.and most voltage regulators are built into the alternaters these day.

Nov 27, 2009 | 1995 Mitsubishi Montero

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I have a 1996 C180. The car is not holding charge even when driving. The battery and alternator are fine. The light for the battery is showing on the dash. I am completely stumped. Can anyone help me?...

The battery (or IGN) indicator on the dash, when lit, indicates that the alternator is not charging.

Check the battery terminals are not corroded, and the battery +12V and earth connections to the vehicle are in good order.
Check battery electrolyte lvel is ok.

Check the battery terminal voltage - it should be 13.8volts to 14.5 volts with the engine running. Switching on the headlights should not cause any reduction in that voltage while the engine is running.

The battery will not charge significantly unless the terminal voltge is in excess of 13.0V.

If all the above test ok, and the battery discharges between daily vehicle uses you may need a new battery.

Jun 17, 2009 | Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cars & Trucks

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