The test I always use to figure out if it's the battery or not is turn on the lights and try to turn over the car. If the lights go dim while your cranking the motor then it's probably the battery. If not you need to check the fuses and then call the warranty line to Nissan it may still be under warranty.
This depends on the type of battery. Car batteries are always charged while in use. With other types of batteries, this is not recommended and may result in a battery explosion or damage to the device the battery is powering.
I have a 1995 Ford EXPLORER that also has the 4.0 litre , EFI , V6 engine and I have always used a Ford Motorcraft battery that is ( 650 cold cranking amps ) * it seems to be quite adequate
If it is unplugged, not on and the battery has been taken out (if there is one). But it's not always recommended depending on how well you are and how resourceful you can be.
depends on were you live cold weather or areas you want a battery with more cold cranking amps (cca),more is always better.You should be able to get a descent battery at your local auto store for 50 bucks.Anyhow 500 cca should be plenty.
It is recommended to always disconnect the negative cable from the battery first and reconnect it last when the job is done.
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That would need to be a matter for a physician. Medication may not always be recommended or appropriate.
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always have the weight of the tire and rim on the cable when cranking
If you use components other than what's recommended for any complex machine, you always run the risk of causing damage. You should use the battery which is recommended and nothing else, if you don't want to take the risk of causing damage to the electrical motor in your airsoft gun. Once that motor burns out, that's it.
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Ur battery cable may need to be cleaned coz battery acid corrodes on cables & its not getting a good connection. If theres no corrosion on cables then the cables may b loose. If its still having hard time cranking then it may need a new battery...possibly a stronger battery..
Make sure your Charge Alternator is working and charging your battery properly or else you will always have dead battery. Also avoid corrosion to build up in your battery poles. Make sure your battery poles are not loose and most of all always check water level of your battery.
No, not always, but in most cases yes. If the battery has a cell that is shorted out it may not jump start.
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Answer Red cable (+) goes to starter solenoid and Positive side of battery Black (-) cable goes to engine ground. When disconnecting a battery always disconnect the ground cable from the battery first. When connecting a battery always connect the ground cable to the battery last.
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Yes, when using a multimeter always start on the highest scale when measuring voltage.
One way is by "reconditioning" the battery, fully recharging and discharging the battery during use to restore the battery's capacity. This takes many cycles and may or may not work, depending on the development of crystals in the battery cell. Another way is "zapping" the cell in an attempt to physically destroy the cadmium crystals inside the cell. Zapping does not always work either and has its own side affects. It is recommended to try reconditioning the battery before attempting the later method.
There are typically two cables, one is usually red and the other black. The black cable attaches to the negative terminal on the battery and the red wire connects to the positive terminal on the battery. When removing the battery from the vehicle always remove the negative cable from the battery first. When installing the new battery always connect the negative cable to the battery last.
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