No, a battery charging problem will have something to do with your alternator 90% of the time. The other 9% of the time its the battery itself that can't hold a charge, the other 1% is engine electrical relays.
Dead cell in the battery which will mean it needs replacing. Can also be something is on drawing power from the battery. Any light bulb, or an stuck relay. Check all lights and then all relays.
A dead cell within the battery itself will drain the battery. There is no fix for this except replacing the battery. You may also have something that is pulling power from the battery. Examples are under hood light, dome light, glove box, trunk, courtesy light, and any numbers of relays.
All fuses and relays are under the hood, next to the battery.All fuses and relays are under the hood, next to the battery.
Most of the relays for the 1997 Oldsmobile Aurora are under the back seat on the drivers side.
Under the battery , Remove the battery and the cover for the relays with a 20 torx and you will find the relays .
two places by battery or passenger fender look like little boxs on fender with pluges on them. There is a plastic covering in front of the passengers side firewall under it will be two relays ,switch them then check the operation of the blower and replace the one that is bad. Reminder: Always remove the ground cable from the battery before changing relays-sensors etc.
Next to the battery.Next to the battery.
Fuses and relays are not your problem. The Blower Motor Resistor Pack is defective and needs replacing.Fuses and relays are not your problem. The Blower Motor Resistor Pack is defective and needs replacing.
Most of the relays are located on passenger side fender well near battery across from distributor.
If your headlights, horn and everything work, I would have the ignition switch checked out. Make sure you checked all ingition fuses and relays first.
In a shop manual from DIACOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM for about $9
There are three blower relays in the fuse panel under the hood on the passenger side. Remove and inspect the contacts for burn marks. If burnt replace.
Is your battery dead ? or a bad battery cable connection ?
There is none, just relays! 2 relays and a relay with a 10amp fuse behind the battery.
Your alternator is shot.
under hook by battery.
If you look carefully, there are 5 or 6 relays. Fuel pump, B-Latch, AC, Air Stepper Motor, O2 heater and Starter relays.
in the engine bay right behind the battery
next to the battery in the wing
remove the brace over the battery (left side). unbolt the box that houses the relays and fuses. undo battery cables and replace
Then something is on pulling power from the battery. Check all lights and relays.
Fuses should be at the lower end of the steering column left side by the firewall Relays should be under the hood by the passenger side firewall may have to remove a plastic cover
it under the hood right behind the coil pack u have relays there it will be the 1st one
In The Back Seat..... Opened you will See 2 Black Boxes, The Fuses and Relays are There.