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Hello there, alway check the battery. It can be check with a DMM for voltage but the battery needs to have a load on it. Hook up a couple flashlight bulbs across the + and - terminals. Then check the voltage across the battery with the load (bulbs). If the voltage across the battery is about 2.6v on a 3 volt battery with the load it's OK. Example: The same with your car battery that has a 12 volt system.---put a DMM across the terminals and it show approx 12 volts. Try starting the vehicle and if the voltage dropes below 10 volt while trying to start the auto, then the battery is or needs to charge. or it's bad Example, to check you vehicle to see on DMM if it is really charging. Start the vehicle and let it run, then check the voltage across the 12 volt battery. It should be 13.8 volts. This will indicate that the charging system of the vehicle is work. stewbison
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
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