Remove the battery cables. Remove the battery tiedown. Remove the battery from the Aerostar. Reinstall in reverse order.
you have a short in wiring or open electrical switch somewhere first thing i would do is have the starter motor checked
It indicates that your battery is not being charged and that you need to have the electrical system checked.
Have you had your alternator or battery checked lately? The vehicle could not be charging enough to handle the electrical load
Something is discharging the battery when it is not running. Have the electrical system checked.
A 1993 Ford Aerostar takes the BCI group size 65 battery which has the terminals / posts ( on TOP of the battery )
Electrical energy. The whole point of a battery is to provide an electrical current.
Indicates a problem with the electrical system. Normally the problem is that the alternator has failed. Have your system checked at almost any auto parts store.Indicates a problem with the electrical system. Normally the problem is that the alternator has failed. Have your system checked at almost any auto parts store.
The exterior lights, brakes and steering systems as well as the battery, especially if it is a purely electrical car instead of a hybrid car. And there are also brushes that need to be checked in electrical cars.
have the alternator and the battery checked
Chemical energy in the battery is turned into electrical energy when the battery is hooked up to an electrical circuit.
You need to bclear, does it crank or not crank?----for starters.
More likely than not the alternator has failed. Have the electrical system checked at almost any auto parts store for free.
A Ford Aerostar that will not start may have a dead battery or be out of gas. You may need to have a mechanic look at it for more serious problems if these are not the case.
Alternator Checked "Good," But Battery Won't "Hold" ChargeThis situation suggest one of two causes, although there could be other explanations.The battery is nearing the end of it's useful life [almost worn out], or...There is some kind of fault in the vehicle's electrical circuits that draws a lot of battery power even when the ignition is turned off.You need to have a qualified automotive electrical Technician troubleshoot the entire wiring system of your vehicle, identify the defect, and properly repair it.
A battery contains chemical energy.When a load is connected to the battery it converts some of this chemical energy to electrical energy, which it delivers to that load.If it is a rechargeable battery, when a charger is connected to the battery and delivers electrical energy to the battery, the battery converts this electrical energy to chemical energy (and some waste heat energy).
A rechargeable battery. (The battery in your cellphone, or the one in your car.) When it's empty, you connect it to a source of electrical energy. The battery stores the electrical in the form of chemical.
yes one on the starter and the other is buy the battery
Yes, battery is a electrical source.
"A battery stores electrical energy."
you have a dead short somewhere in electrical system. have the alternator checked even tho it is new.these have been known to b bad from the getgo. also have the starter motor taken out and checked by a good automotive electrician.these can have a short but still work check the voltage regulator.these are either built into alternator or are connected remotely the alternator and battery complete the electrical circuit, so if one is bad it will stop the vehicle when battery charge is gone Rocky_B - See my entry here for more things you might want to check: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_could_be_wrong_if_the_battery_light_stays_on_and_the_battery_still_runs_down_on_a_1996_windstar_after_installing_a_new_battery_and_alternator
None of them Chemical energy stored in the battery is converted into Electrical (with some heat / thermal 'wasted'). However if you recharge a battery you would get electrical to Chemical.
a battery has chemical energy. it doesn't have electrical energy because if it did, then it would be plugged but it's not.
The electrical energy provides power. When the chemical energy is depleted, the battery will not longer generate electrical energy.
The battery does not have sufficient voltage to start the car when it's cold. Have the battery checked out. If it still goes click click after running the car for a while, have the alternator checked also. A bad battery will not hold a charge and a bad alternator will not recharge the battery, (That is the reason to have the battery checked first). Make sure the connections at the battery are clean and tight.