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Brand new battery,drove car about two days and the
It sounds like the battery has gone dead and will need to be replaced due to a bad Alternator. Once you get the car started, check the voltage on the battery, there should be 13.5 to 14.5 Volts. A fully charges battery should have 12 volts with the engine not running and once the engine is running there should be 13.5 Volts with the head lights on and heater on too. If there is less then 12 volts reading on the battery with the engine running, then replace the Alternator. You can pick up a Alternator at Auto Zone and they can give you the step by step instructions to replacing it with common tools and they can also check the Alternator in your car to before you buy the new one. Good luck and hope this helps and insect the wire harness from the battery to the Alternator, look for any sighs of damaged like corrosion and repair any damages to the wire harness.
on Sep 14, 2011
How do i fix the
The most common problem is that the wired to the sender in tank have corroded off.
Remove the back seat and you 'll find a removable plate. Under this is the sender/fuel pump assembly. Check the wires for damage.
If these are OK, pull the gauge pod and clean the connectors. This may fix the problem.
on Jun 09, 2011
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