Alternator is not charging. Have it tested and/or replaced.
Have the battery and/or starter tested for free at your local auto parts store.
test the voltage on the battery first, then on the alternator. If its good then it could just be the diode in the alternator. I would suggest you replace it becuase eventually your alternator will die and the battery will not get charged leaving you stranded somewhere. It is possible to just be a battery but you wont know unless you have the battery tested. check the voltage on the battery and the alternator before you do anything else.
Have the battery load tested at your local auto parts store, even though you think you have it charged it may be bad. Have the charging system tested also.
Could be a shorted wire, or bad battery.
Diagnosis: Engine Won't Start or RunCheck related link below
more than likely it is your alternator, have it tested.
Yes first remove the old battery and be careful not to get anything wet then get your new battery and measure it up the masure the old battery gap then carefully insert your battery into the hole/gap
how to replace a 1990 Chevy Beretta battery
Anytime the battery light comes on there is usually a charging problem. Check the voltage output of the alternator with a digital multimeter at the alternator & battery (should be 13-14 volts) when running. Get battery tested to be sure it has enought cold cranking amps (spec is usually on battery label). Make sure the battery is tested properly, side post batteries are notorious for failing if they are tested through the bolts due to bad connections & corrosion. Could also be a loose connection that is affected by the motion of the car when you step on the gas.
check the the positive cable fuseable link may be burn out
You have a bad fuse or a shorted wire going to the headliner light.
The location of the battery on a Chevy Venture is under the hood. It rests under the cross bar, which has to be removed to replace the battery.
Dead battery. Recharge it and see if it will start. If not, remove the battery and go have it tested.
NO it will not. Reason is that in late 1999 Chevy REDESIGNED all the engines and transmissions. Nothing from late 1999 will interchange with anything from 1999 and down.
No. Check the battery first. Then test for spark, fuel pressure, and test your coils.
have the alternator and the battery checked
There is no battery reset.
That's not 12 amps,that's 12 volts,which means the system isn't charging Measure the voltage across the battery terminals,if its charging properly,it will be between 13.8 and 14.7 volts,anything less and its not charging. Suspect then a faulty alternator or wiring problem. and have the battery properly recharged and tested too,a low battery will not give you a correct charging reading and a faulty alternator can take its toll on a battery.
If it has the same orientation of the battery posts and will fit the holder then it will work.
Before anything you have to remove negative battery cable to avoid to get a shok from that. You will have to release the bolts to replace the starter.
how do you remove the battery? We have all the terminals off but still cant get the battery out.
I had a similar problem turns out the Alternator was bad.
The battery on a 2007 Chevy Equinox is located under the hood of the car. It is right behind the right headlight.