No, a battery cannot recharge itself. The alternator converts some of the engine's energy into electrical energy which is then stored in the battery. If a battery is not getting recharged under normal driving conditions, you either have a problem with the charging system or a failed battery. You can't know without testing. On the other hand, sometimes a dead battery can get what's called a "surface charge". A surface charge just means that when you were cranking last time, you depleated all of the readily available electrical charge. By letting the battery sit for a while, "entropy" has allowed some of the chemical reaction to spread out over all of the battery plates... but the battery cannot "create" electrical energy.
There is no reset on a 1996 Chrysler Sebring.There is no reset on a 1996 Chrysler Sebring.
where do I find the battery on a 1999 Chrysler sebring, can't find it in the engine compartment?
Yes, just hook the charger to the jump start posts under the hood on the driver side.
The battery, on a 2010 Chrysler Limited Sebring, can be changed by first removing the battery cover. Remove the battery cables and the retaining bolt. The battery will left out. Reverse the process to install the new battery.
it is very easy to change the battery on a 2001 Chrysler Sebring. You just need to take the battery terminals off the old battery and then replace with the new battery. Make sure to replace the terminals on the correct battery post.
It is inside the driver side fender.
75A - 72....is this correct?
I have a 99 and the battery is in the driver side fender.
The battery is inside the fender, in front of the driver side tire.