The battery only stores electricity, it does not create it. The alternator puts back the energy that was used by the starter and also provides enough electrical energy to keep the accessories running without draining the battery. If the alternator isn't operating properly the battery will discharge. Many auto parts retailers will test your alternator for free in hopes of selling you a new alternator or other part that will help you solve your problem.
yes i left my glow it on once too and killed my battery you glow kit works off you battery so if you battery is dead your kit is dead charge battery and you kit will shine once again.
The Battery? No, not typically the battery. That means that the alternator is not charging the battery and IF the engine is running, it's getting all of it's electrical energy from the battery. It means that once the battery charge is depleted, the engine won't run again until you recharge the battery.
Because rohot have battery and it can charge again...
your alternator is not charging your battery..u need to get a new alternator
The Chevy volt car is an electric car but not fully because the battery only goes for 25-50 miles per charge. After that, a gasoline engine starts and produces energy for the electric battery to run the car. Gas is only used after the battery is run down and can be charged again.
Disconnecting the battery is what resets the computer on this model year. Try disconnecting the Pos battery cable for 15 minutes. If the problem presists after connecting the battery up again, you have a problem with Idle Air Control, EGR Valve, etc.
If you charge the battery up and it will run and start for a while and then dies again you know its not getting charged. If you charge the battery up or jump it off and it is dead again the first time you cut it back off its a bad battery.
remove it, put it back in, charge, and take it out again.
i have a scooter as well the best way for any battery charge cell phone or scooter is half charge battery when new and drain it completely half charge it again drain it once more then fully charge it and your set with scooter 12 hours should give full charge for the first
Some car battery charges will not charge a completely dead battery. You need to find a type of battery charger that is designed to charge a completely dead battery. You can get around this by hooking a car with a working battery up to the dead battery with jumper cables. The alternator/charging system of the car with the good battery will charge the dead battery. Leave them connected for about 30 min, then disconnect and try to use the battery charger again. If it still won't charge, hook it up to the car with the good battery for a longer period of time.
Sorry no , you can boost or charge the battery enough to start the vehicle , but once it is shut off it won't start again - you will need to get a different battery
the car is not in park the stering wheel maybe in a bind, shake the wheel and try again
Bad connection between the cable end and the battery post or a dead cell in the battery. When you jump a battery, the jumper cable is attached to the battery cable, not the battery itself. Clean the post, either top or side and the ends of the cables and try charging again. If it will not take a charge, it is a bad battery.
I have been told by a dealership that you can charge it by using the 'jump start' point under the bonnet but I have tried that and it doesn't seem to charge the battery. I have ended up having to remove the battery (which is located under the front passenger seat) and bring it indoors to charge it directly- then it takes a charge fine. Just bear in mind that you will have to have the stereo code to input once the battery is hooked up again.
MAYBE IT COULD BE A BAD SENSOR. IF IT IS RUNNING GOOD I WOULD JUST IGNORE IT.
Alternators gone bad.
Well you should charge the battery. Often times the battery will recharge itself if you alow it to sit without trying to crank it again.
The charging time does not depend on the voltage of the battery. You have not supplied enough information to give a reasonable estimate. edit: Get a smart charger, and never have to worry about charge time again!
Forever, if you don't get "charged" again :-)
The battery may not take a charge anymore. When you get your new one. let the power run out of it before charging it again.
No i just stops battery usage until you start it up again
Presuming you've got and automatic gearbox: To be able to engage neutral there needs to be power from the battery. So either jump start the car or charge the battery, but you need to find out why the battery died in the first place. If you left lights on something like that then charge the battery by taking it for a long drive. If the battery goes flat again after that then there may be a problem with your alternator or the battery won't hold a charge, get the battery tested and go from there
take off the battery pole and set it up again.
you should first check the battery with a load tester. fill battery charge battery test again replace if needed
Any car charger will do. I recommend that you use a trickle charger rather than a jump charger. Also, look into a Battery Tender which will not only charge your battery at a proper pace, but you can leave it plugged in an the Battery Tender will maintain your battery for you so that it never becomes low again.