TAKE IT TO AUTO ZONE, THEY DO IT FOR FREEAnsweryou would require a special battery tester you are better off taking it to a garage to be tested check around some places does it for free
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With the car off disconnect the negative battery terminal, now take an automotive bulb and two scrap wires, connect the wires to the neg- and pos+ of the bulb (a curcuit tester could work too), connect the light in between the negative terminal and the battery terminal. Now any current drain on the system will need to travel through the bulb to get to ground meaning if the bulb shines bright somthing is staying on and gobbling up battery juice, to find out what it is start pulling out the relays from the fuse box one by one, when you find the culprit the light will go out or get very dim, at that point replace the offending relay with a new one and the problem should be gone. A very, very dim small amount of light is normal as the cars clock and computer memory are constantly using a little bit of power.
I suggest going after the relays because they are often the cause of a battery drain, when they go bad they can stick in the on position and allow power to flow when the car is off. I had a problem with a bad relay myself, I could shut off the car but the daytime running lights and the heater fan would stay powered, replacing the relay fixed the problem.
You should check the battery and the bulb. The battery powers the bulb.
Check the battery. Most likely you have a battery that won't hold a charge.
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Check your battery connections and make sure they are tight and not corroded. If that don't work take the battery out and take it to and autoparts store. Most will check it and re-charge it for free.
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go to a scrap yard check if the battery has above 10v in it with a volt meter but be sure to ask if they will take it back if it doesnt work some scrap yards will check the battery is ok for you
You have enough battery power to power the radio, but not enough to turn over your engine. CHeck battery.
Check the battery, if you tried to use a different battery and it doesn't work then better have your camera diagnosed by a camera technician.
Check the battery, check if it is broken, check if it is the right remote and though it is a rare case check if it is your cell phone that you try to switch on the cable.
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Did you by any chance make a spark removing that battery? If you did or didnt I suggest you check the fuse
Check battery earth connection.
No, I juet tried it on our 2001 S40 and it did not work.
Check your fuse panel
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Check for dead or weak battery Check battery cables - must be tight and clean (both ends) Check fuses Check power distribution box if any
Double check the connections at the battery. Be sure and clean the connections with a stiff wire brush and apply a light coat of grease when you reconnect the battery posts. --Modified If that doesn't work you need to check your ignition switch!!!
That's what I would check first. If the battery checks good, make sure battery cables are tight. Also check the fuse.
Check all fuses
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Check he battery in the hand held unit.
Check for loose battery cableCheck for loose connection on starterReplace starter solenoid
Not sure if its the starter or the battery? Check the battery at a store. They can do a check on it for free. If its good then the starter could be bad. Bad starters don't work or they work intermittently. Usually just ehear a click and then when you retry it starts. That's the symptoms. Most places can also check the starter for you.
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