I would say in a somewhat short period of time, a battery, assuming its in relatively good condition, would expire with its normal and expected drain if NOT running and recharging. Today's vehicles all drain something, keeping those digital clocks and radio stations alive plus multiple computers, need to feed somehow. Getting back to the starter, very doubtful something is wrong with starter. Couldn't tell you what is a " normal " mA drain would be.
Every time I had a customer complain about his two-way radio killing the battery overnight I found his alternator undercharging the battery. use your multimeter to see if you have about 13.8 -14.2 volt charging. 16 ma drain would take 2week to affect a good battery so look at your battery if the charging circuit is ok.
Your starter is incapable of being drained. It is an electric motor. However a bad starter can drain your battery
Yes, but only when you have the starter engaged
Yes, a starter solenoid can drain a battery. When a starter solenoid is not working properly it can actually keep rotating the starter after the car's ignition is turned off. Since it requires a battery to actuate the starter, the battery will eventually be drained of power.
If you have a starter that spins but doesn't engage the engine and a battery that is always dead then I would look closer at the starter then the regulator. The regulator is part of the charging system but if the rectifier is bad then it might be possible for the battery to drain flowing backwards through the charging system but highly unlikely although possible. As for it to stop the starter from engaging the engine, that is not possible.
no the oil will not drain out if you remove starter starter does not mount inside engine. it mountst at side of engine and intobell housing. there is no oil in there unless you have a major,major oil leak
A starter does drain a battery. The battery holds a charge so that you can use your starter to start the car. After the car is started the alternator recharges your battery and runs your car and all it's accessories. If your car won't start or is having a hard time starting you can drain your battery by repeated unsuccessful attempts to start it.
Yes, pull out the plug and replace a damage O'ring.
The head lights are the biggest long term drain on your battery. (The starter is a heavier drain, but you can't leave it on for very long.)
Yes, very, very, quickly. The Starter Motor has a very high operating current, that will drain even the heaviest duty battery, fairly quickly, if an engine fails to start.
Have your battery and altinator tested it is possible that one or the other was bad from the store, if they are both ok then you have a drain somewhere in your electrical system somewhere, any shop with diagnostic tools should be able to trace the drain for you.
Put the front end of your caddy on ramps, find the wing nut valve on the radiator on usually on the bottom or side.
There is an oil drain plug on the bottom of the engine, that usually dosent come out. I pull my starter to drain my oil.
It could be an algae buildup in the condensate drain.
While possible, usually not. More probable is some other load remaining on. Places often missed are glove box, trunk, and engine compartment lights.
no , only the concrete and other cemented floors ....
Anything that is on and uses electricity. You may also have a dead cell in the battery which will drain the battery.
Check your starter. The insulating bushing could be worn or damaged causing a huge drain on battery when you try to start the engine. It could also be a short with one of your lights or seat
could be leaking from a head gasket and trickling down or your heater core is leaking and driping out of the condensation drain from inside the cab. most likely its your heater core. check the fire wall above the starter and look for that drain line. if it is dripping and is colored (green or orange) its coolant and coming from heater core. that's a bear to replace. good luck.
its possible, but pointless. you will not get any sound. itll drain all the power from your speakers its possible, but pointless. you will not get any sound. itll drain all the power from your speakers
First you check the drain hose and the drain that it is hooked up too for obstructions. Depending on the machine,there is a check valve, gate valve, drain pump, check them for obstructions too. If you where to remove the hose where it connects to the valve or pump and then the part that it is connected to you will know if something is blocking it. If this is not the case you will need a pro to check the valve,pump,motor timer control.
Bad starter.. direct ground..... stero equipment IG: amplifier being improperly wired . and it is possible to have the wrong alternator or a faulty one. Bad starter.. direct ground..... stero equipment IG: amplifier being improperly wired . and it is possible to have the wrong alternator or a faulty one.
drain bolt is on the left side (clutch side) and check bolt is on the right side (engine side)
This is not a venting problem. You have a possible blockage. Get a plumber to check your sewer lines. They may need to be cleaned out.
The engine block drain plug on a 2004 Hyundai is on the bottom of the block. It is on the back, very accessible behind the starter.
That's possible but difficult and seemingly unnecessary. Why not just lead it's drain to the garden or to perimeter drain.