Without the battery hooked up, the current draw is too much for the alternator to keep fire on the plugs.
Because it is suppose to start if the battery is hooked up.
The headlights turn off because you have accidently hooked the stereo's power wire onto the headlight relay wire. When you turn on the stereo, there's not enough power left to run the headlight relay. Thus, no headlights. Re-wire the stereo.
The meter on your battery charger will be in the green
Yes because the acidity level determines the PH level which when steel and copper are hooked into the lemon and hooked onto a battery it will start to charge.
Electrons flow through wires that are hooked to a battery. The battery's negative terminal repels the electrons, while the positive terminal attracts them.
This is because each time the battery is disconnected, the computer in the car loses power. When the new battery is hooked up, the computer system needs to be reset to stop the lights from blinking.
It would be a very good idea to start your stored car a few times. If you have no problem starting it you would not have to charge the battery.
A battery can have Ampere hours, but how many amps it will deliver is influenced by what the battery is hooked up to.
Is it hooked up to the thermostat?
Chemical energy in the battery is turned into electrical energy when the battery is hooked up to an electrical circuit.
A battery hooked up back wards can fry all sorts of electrical components. Every thing from fuses, to wires, to computers.
There's no set answer to that, it depends on the battery chemistry, how much the battery has been used since full, and what the battery is hooked up to. But basically, when new, every battery, when hooked up to a modest load, will have a tad more than the rated voltage - in this case 9 volts.
the positive side has the fuse
Clarify please, 2 cables go to 2 terminals on battery.
Recheck your battery to see if hooked up right.
The wire will heat up and melt and the battery may be damged.
There are plenty that are battery powered and also some that are hooked into your home electricity.
No, the battery is part of it's circuit. In fact nothing in the car will work without the battery.
check your battery ground and your alternator ground
Disconnect battery from vehicle - if this still happens battery is probably shorted internally and requires replacement