sounds to me as if you have a connection prob with ur batt cables or sum connection problem mabye with a ground?? so replace ur cables first then let me know thanks If all the electric power in the system is gone, including that in the battery, then the battery is discharged. If the battery is new, having had a full charge when installed, then either the alternator is bad, or something is draining the battery other than the alternator. If the alternator is not charging the battery, then the running of the engine is drawing power from the battery. If the battery is found to be discharged after the vehicle has been sitting without having been run, then something in the electrical system which is wired independent of the ignition is either being left 'on', or a short-circuit exists in the electrical system somewhere. Many times, a misadjusted brake light switch will cause this and go unnoticed; after all: The brake lights are on the REAR of the vehicle; and, most people get out of the car and walk away from it toward the FRONT--- never seeing the rear. Other culprits are often found to be add-on components which are wired directly AROUND the key, such as stereo amplifiers. When the key is turned off, these are still 'ON'; and, since the receiver itself quits producing music once the key is turned off, these aren't given a second thought. Other possible causes are misadjusted trunk lights and lights in the glove box. The possibility also exists that the battery is only PERCEIVED to be discharged due to bad connections at the battery terminals, engine ground, oe starter post; or corrosion exists in the main cables to the battery. Usually, when a sizable drain upon the battery exists, a spark is noticed when the cables are hooked up to it as it is installed. If this is the case, leaving the battery hooked up will drain it. If such a condition exists, the problem with the system can be isolated with a test light and a charged battery as follows: Install the charged battery, and only hook up the system positive cable to it. Between the negative terminal of the battery and the system ground cable clamp hook up a test light. If an abnormal drain exists in the system, the test light will be on. At the fuse panel, pull and reinstall each fuse individually one-by-one until the light goes out. If the drain exists on one of these fused circuits, the light will go out once its fuse is pulled. Then, whatever is hooked into that circuit needs to be looked at as a possible culprit. If no pulled fuses are found to extinguish the test light, then a system short-circuit is indicated; and, one of the primary candidates is the alternator. If disconnecting this puts the light out, you've got the answer. Once the problem has been found, the light will go out; and, once the offender is replaced, the light should not light up when things are re-tested. Then, a good, charged battery should hold a charge normally. It is, therefore, always a good idea to have the electrical system checked whenever a new battery is installed.
The battery, on a 2009 Dodge avenger, can be removed by first removing the battery cover. Remove the battery cables and the retaining rod. The battery can be lifted out.
You don't, it is a sealed battery.
A battery is a source for electricity. A flashlight and a radio are not a source for electricity.
Mercury 1984 6 cylinder L6 what type & size of starting battery is required
No Electricity is electricity and it is made in different ways of which a battery is one
In the wheel well on the driver's side.
A battery is made with chemicals that will react with each other in a particular way, and which, if you arrange things just right, will generate electricity in so doing. Thus, you do not put electricity into a battery, you put chemicals into a battery, and they make electricity.
A battery does not produce electricity, it stores electricity. There are many different battery types and they store electricity by various chemical means. Basically, there are wet and dry types of batteries.
Never heard of a battery temperature sensor being installed in any normal vehicle. Some race cars yes, but not in a daily driver such as your Avenger.
If you have the four cylinder.. trace the spark plug wires back to their source.. this is the coil pack. On V6 models they have a distributer, which is located down the right side of the engine, by the battery..
he car computer module on a Dodge Avenger is located under the hood, close to the battery, mounted to a bracket
The battery gives the electricity to a car
Battery operated devices work by being powered by electricity either stored in a battery from another form of electricity or chemical reactions in the battery.
Anyplace that sells the Optima battery can tell you the correct size to purchase.
I don't think the computer not getting electricity will hurt it.
No, it takes electricity to charge a battery.
You have to take off your front Save bumper.
An AA battery is a 1.5 volt battery.
The only known thing to store electricity is a battery!
Future sources of electricity?
because of the electricity in the battery
the electricity is conducted in a battery due to the presence of electrolyte
No, but a potato can be used as a battery to generate electricity.
Battery,ign. lock cylinder if starting disabled is on info center. Need more info!