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No, this will place a very heavy load on the alternator of the car and may result in burning out the diodes of the car charging the battery. You could easily ruin the alternator. Purchase a battery charger and charge the dead battery with that. Alternators are not made to charge dead batteries.
your alternator ain't charging your battery or a bad connection draining the battery
If the cause of the dead battery is from the charging system failure, yes.
Dead cell or short in the battery.
Dead battery, Alternator not charging, Ignition off draw draining battery,.............
Could be a warning that the alt. is not charging. So, if you do not want to end up with a dead battery somewhere, have the volts checked right from the battery.
It has to be a dead charging system.... usually a short internal in the alternator
A battery jump starter works by taking the charge from another battery, such as in another car, and passing it to the dead battery. When the charge is sufficient in starting the dead battery, it should then start charging itself as the engine runs.
dead battery dead alternator dead voltage regulator each needs to be tested.
Some car battery charges will not charge a completely dead battery. You need to find a type of battery charger that is designed to charge a completely dead battery. You can get around this by hooking a car with a working battery up to the dead battery with jumper cables. The alternator/charging system of the car with the good battery will charge the dead battery. Leave them connected for about 30 min, then disconnect and try to use the battery charger again. If it still won't charge, hook it up to the car with the good battery for a longer period of time.
charging system not charging battery with new batttery, alternator and fuel pump. what will make that happen ?
Yes. The charging causes a chemical change in the electrolyte of the battery.