I would first have the alternater tested to be sure that it's good. If it is then make sure you're getting voltage to it when you hook it up on your car. If you take jumper cables off and it dies you're not getting voltage to the alternator. You could have a bad battery and if you're alternator is working right the car would still stay running even if you take jumper cables off. Check all wiring going to alternator thats more than likely your problem also check your grounds and ground wire to the alternator.
I had the same type of problem. It was a bad fusible link. I just ran a wire to the 10 mm bolt on the back of the alt. to the battery. This wire has to be thick though. And I would definelty put a battery charger on the battery. Also check all grounds to the motor.
I am assuming you mean with the auto engine running. Yes, that is possible but you are putting a strain on the alternator of the car. An alternator is not designed to charge a dead battery. It is designed to keep a charged battery fully charged. as long as the ATV battery is the same voltage as the car battery, usually 12 volts, you can charge it, or jump start the atv and let it charge the battery itself.
I assume you mean how long to charge the battery. You should never let the alternator charge a dead battery if possible. The alternator is designed to keep the battery charged but not to charge a dead battery. You put a strain on the alternator and it can cause a diode to burn out. Drive home and then put a battery charger on the battery to fully charge it.
if you charge it for too long. keep a close eye on it as it is charged.
If the battery is defective get a new battery. If you just left something on and ran it down, charge the battery and keep going.
to keep your battery charge and help provide your vehicle electricity
To charge a car battery you need aproximatly 8000 amps To charge a car battery you need aproximatly 8000 amps
You can not charge a battery in the microwave.
You can start a car without a battery if you hook up a jump pack or use jumper camples but it could fry your alternator. It is pointless to charge a car without a battery. When you charge the car you are charging the battery.
The alternator charges the car battery.
Yes, once you have jump started the car (from another car's battery), driving the car will recharge the dead battery (provided the battery is OK). This is a terrible idea and may damage the alternator. Drive the car immediately home and charge the battery with a battery charger. Alternators are designed to keep a charged battery fully charged. They are not designed to charge a dead battery. This puts way too much strain on the alternator circuits.
NO You have to many AMPS from a car, you can jump start it butdon't charge it.
New batteries almost always come fully charged. If it was not then charge it with a battery charger and do not use your vehicle alternator to charge a dead battery. You may do harm to the alternator which is not built to charge a dead battery but is instead built to keep a good battery fully charged.
You should never drive a car around for long after jump starting a dead battery. This puts an enormous strain on the alternator. Alternators are designed to keep a good battery charged, not to charge a dead battery. You can easily burn out a diode in the alternator. Jump start the engine and drive it somewhere and connect a battery charger to the battery and charge it fully.
Yes. That's what car battery chargers are for.
A trickle charger is a car battery charger that is designed to be left on a car for very long periods of time to re-charge that car battery by slowly adding charge to the battery.
Yes, this will prevent the clock from running it down. You can also install a trickle charger to keep it charged. A battery with no charge will freeze. Keep it charged and it will not freeze.
wth a charger
no you can not will it not charge the battery to 12volts?ie charge it but not fully
No, you can charge the battery while it's in the car.
add water and charge the battery
As long as both batteries are the same voltage, you can jump start with the battery. If you want to charge the battery then use a battery charger.
make sure the car is in park. if it is then you might have a bad battery. charge the battery and get it checked. you might need a new one.
Yes, A car battery can have enough charge to turn on car electrical components but not start the car. This is not much of an indication of a bad battery however. Use a volt meter to test the power in the battery. If the battery seems low put it on a trickle charge. Most modern chargers will tell you if your battery is bad or not. The battery also has to be load tested to determine if it's good or not.
of course, you can do it. Sometimes, when the car battery is dead, we will use the battery booster to connect another car battery to charge it. This process needs a cable. Be careful, if you plan to do it on your own. My booster is also a charger. it has different settings for slow charge, fast charge, and boost.