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When you connect the power adapter into the laptop, does the power LED light up? If not then - The battery adapter or the adapter's power lead or the laptop's power socket could be faulty. Check power adapter's DC plug that connects into the laptop power socket with a multi-meter, the voltage should be slightly higher than the voltage that is printed on the label on the bottom of the adapter. If the voltage is zero or way below the voltage that is printed on the label then the power adapter is faulty and needs to be replaced.

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What would cause the battery gauge on a 93 jeep grand Cherokee Laredo to bounce between 14v and 9v. this is also running the battery dead and not charging the battery back up.


Several things need to be checked before an accurate diagnosis can be made, however in general it is most likely your alternator going out OR a bad connection in your alternator/charging circuit wiring.

It's also important to test/verify that you have a good fully charged battery (with no dead cells) before any tests of the charging system. An alternator needs ample battery power into it before it can produce good charging voltage and amps out of it and back into the battery.

If you test the voltage directly out of the alternator's output post/connector (with the output wire disconnected), you will be reading direct alternator voltage output, which should be approx 13.5 to 14 volts, steady. If the voltage is at ~14 volts, then suddenly cycles down to 9 volts (or anything less than 12 volts), then you have a defective alternator.
If the alternator, while isolated, tests out at a constant 13.5 to 14 volts, then the problem is most likely a bad wire or connection in the charging circuit wiring.

There is also the possibility of the battery (how old is it?) shorting out internally, causing the voltage fluctuation. That's why I previously said you need to verify each battery cell is fully charged and good. You can usually test this with a battery hydrometer (if it's not a "sealed" maintenance free battery).

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I have just sorted the same problem on my van. The power supply was working fine, everything 12 volt worked with mains connected, but the battery wasn't charging, and the 12 volt lights wouldn't work if the mains was not connected.

After spending several frustrating hours with a multimeter, I worked out that everything on the power supply side was working fine, including the output circuit for battery charging. That only left one thing - the cable that runs from the power supply to the battery. I put the caravan up on ramps and climbed underneath. I found the cable that goes to the battery and there was a connector in it. I pulled the connector apart and found the metal blades inside had corroded away. I bought and fitted a new connector, and filled it with silicon sealer so it is completely sealed against moisture ingress. Problem solved.....good luck

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It depends on how much voltage your batteries are currently carrying. You can check the voltage of both batteries by placing positive needle of multimeter on breaker and negative on negative terminal of battery. If the batteries are good it will typically read 26.02 or close to it. If the batteries are reading closer to 24v, the batteries are more than likely bad. AGM Batteries are more than likely bad when the volt meter reads 12.06 or below. Place battery under load, if it drops more than 2v, replace batteries (both Batteries).

Assuming the batteries are fine; place the multimeter on the output of the controller unit (white connector) and see if the voltage matches.

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First off, disconnecting athe battery while the engine is running is the quickest way to damage an alternator. Unlike the old DC generators, the alternator needs the battery in circuit to protect it against voltage runaway.

If the alternator has been bench-tested and seems to be functional, I would start by verifying the related vehicle circuits. Witch a DC voltmeter, start out by measuring the voltage at the alternator's output terminal, the heavy black/orange wire. It should be full battery voltage. If it is anything less than battery voltage, you must determine why. Some things to look at are the gray 12-gauge fusible links A & B, and the various splices and connections in the circuit (see diagram below).

Next, disconnect the voltage regultor harness plug from the alternator and check the voltage at the wiring harness regulator plug's "A" terminal connector - the yellow/white wire. It too should be full battery voltage. If it is anything less than full battery voltage, you must determine why. In this case, look at the 20-amp ALT fuse in the battery junction box, and at the various splices and connectors in that circuit.

Then, turn the key switch to its "RUN" position and measure the voltage
at the wiring harness regulator plug's "I" terminal connector - the light green/red wire. It should be somewhere between 8 and 12 volts. If there is no voltage present, check Fuse 5 (15 amps) in the main fuse panel and the various connections in that circuit.

The final test is to measure the voltage between the batterty positive terminal and the alternator housing or frame. If it is anything less than full battery voltage, check the alternator mounting.


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The battery on my 5230 wont charge up even tho its on the charger overnight ,ive charged it externally ,that is connecting the pos and neg from the charge lead diectly to the battery pos and neg this way...


just use a ziner diod neg leg of ziner sold to positive of charging connector and positive of ziner to battery connector plus ur problem will be solved

u can find ziner diod in old mobile like 1100 , 3300, 3310, 6600 etc.

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My battery is good and i road it for bout 2 hrs then came to stop and now it wont stay running unless i jump start it


You may need to clean connectors on battery wires ,or replace a fuse. The charge depleating could also be caused by a bad stator, stator wire conection or voltage regulator. after battery is charged test volts at battery while running, they should raise when rpms are increased to 1500 or 2000 or so, idle voltage may be 12 volts with rpms raised volts should go up to as much as 14.8 or so if all is well.if not keep looking for the problem from volt reg. back to stator .also stator output is AC and regulator output is DC.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

No charge to the battery could be caused by:
  • faulty / loose / corroded / burned terminals / connectors from stator to regulator (most likely);
  • faulty rectifier / regulator combo (likely);
  • faulty stator (least likely).

To determine which, initially visually inspect the wiring and its connectors from the stator to the rectifier/regulator combo. Thereafter, a DVM/VOM is required to measure the AC voltage output of the stator (~30VAC), the DC voltage output of the regulator (~14.5VDC @ 4000RPM) and engine off battery voltage of ~12.5VDC. It maybe to your advantage to have the battery load tested as well.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Based on your description, possibilities are:
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  • open stator (charging) coil;
  • battery will no longer accept charge.
Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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Battery's do you have the voltage information on the old battery or the inside of the battery enclosure available if so take down these numbers.

Output voltage and polarity positive negitive as well as required amperage. Should be a two pin connector that you can find on most phone batteries just head down to your local hardware store and find a battery that either matches these voltages or is slightly above them. Should allow you to use your phone again but you may run into problems closing the battery compartment and or your phone may die after a shorter period of use however since you have had it since 1976 thats a really good run for a phone and you shouldn't be too concerned.

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i had the same problem with my dash saying battery voltage low and the problem was my alternator. took it to the dealership and it cost me $400.00 to replace a connector on the alternator because for my year car a (2002) they don't replace entire alternator.

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