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ok we have four connections at the alternator( black wire is ground) (white with blue positive direct from the battery) and two wires connector in the regulator(yellow with black that goes to charge indicator the red light and goes to fuse 7 10a fuse block inside) the blue with yellow goes to fuse 65- 7.5a in the left fron engine comparment fuse box))#1 check for ground at the black wire= #2 check for positive at the white with blue wire (allwas with power) this wire is protected with 100a fuse is in the left front engine comparment fuse box, remenber== check the 100a fuse and the two fuses that protect the regulator. when you turn the ignition switch to the on position power goes to the alternator by the yellow black wire and activate the alternator to work.
is this the first time you are trying to use the phone? if so, (i have this phone so if you have any more problems just ask), hold down the red phone button (the button to put the phone down) for as long as it takes to turnn it on (usually about 10 seconds).
if this isn't the first time you are using it and it has worked before, charge it fully, then take the battery out for 30 seconds and put it back in. if none of this works, take it back to the shop and ask for a replacement.
Drain the battery completely 2 or 3 times, then fully charge it and see how long it lasts. If this doesn't help then you might want to take it back to the store. Your phone is obviously trying to figure something out which is sucking down the battery. Bluetooh will drain a ton of battery out for long periods, hence keeping it hooked up in the car. I have gone through multiple razr phones in the past and they all sucked down batteries pretty quick so in the case, blaming the phone is an option :) . You can also try taking the battery out to give the phone a good restart, perhaps leave out for 30 seconds or so. I wouldn't recommend sending it in to Motorola, they like to find ways to charge you to just have it looked at.
ya your battery needs to be changed... this type of battery problem occurs due to use of duplicate chargers for charging or by overcharging some thing ... so i suggest you that after taking new battery if you want ur battery to lost long & to give good battery back up then just use original charger & while charging charge until the battery is complete & dnt over charge & charge only when your battery is fully down ... if you follow some of this tips you battery will be fine...
no the phone book is not lost when you take out your old battery bcoz every cell has the RAM memory to store so only it is called as phone memory.....
no need to worry change ur battery dnt take duplicate batteries try taking original ones
Have to phone sent in for warranty and request a "loaner phone"... sounds like the power drain is too high on the device and it needs service or replacement... another sign would be the unit heating up hotter than normal - is that happeneing?
did you follow the charging instructions or did you start using it right away, because its very possible if you ignored the initial charging instructions that you could have ruined the battery from the get go. which would explain all the symptoms you listed