A battery does not CREATE electrical energy, it only stores it. The alternator in your vehicle produces electricity which is used or everything from the radio to charging the battery. If the alternator or regulator fail or if there is a bad electrical connection anywhere, the vehicle may not start next time you get in. If the alternator has failed to charge the battery, there may be nothing actually wrong with the battery except that it has no electrical energy left with which to start your vehicle next time. IF that is the case, all the battery needs is to be charged and it will be able to start your car next time. On the other hand, sometimes batteries get old and just like anything else that gets old they can fail. A 12 volt battery, typical of almost every vehicle on the road today, contains 6 individual cells each capable of producing 2 volts. When cells fail the voltage can be reduced, or the battery can fail completely. So if your car doesn't start it may be a failed battery or it may be a failed charging system or a bad connector. It really isn't possible to give a difinitive answer to your question without being able to test a couple components.
Check to make sure nothing was on during the night and if not then your battery is weak (your cells in the battery) are weak...get a new battery.
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A Brand New Night was created in 2003.
When you charge your phone all night, nothing happens. This is because phone chargers are programmed to detect when the battery is full. So if you are charging it all night and it reaches full battery, it will stop charging, so you won't have to worry about me doing your mom
How long you stay up the night before has nothing to do whatsoever with the amount you sneeze the next day.
Think of the phrase black as night and the fact that night starts with an n
Nothing But the Night was created in 1973.
Nothing will stay in you memory at 11:00 the night before a quiz or test.
The duration of Nothing But the Night is 1.5 hours.
Bad alternator? May have short, will still charge, but drains the battery when sitting. Just as a test, take one of the battery cables off at night and see if the battery stays charged. Might be bad battery even though new. Hood light that's not shuting off? Brake switch not shutting off? Have you checked the altermator to make sure it's charging 14 amps. May be weak and only charging enough to keep the truck running with nothing left to charge the battery. Out of ideas
Absolutely nothing. Sleep during class and review the chapter the night before the test.
First of all, dangerous situation! That battery can explode in your face if you create a spark anywhere near it. The charging system may be over charging the battery or the battery may have an internal problem. Allow the battery to cool down (over night) before you do any thing.
If you leave the lights on the battery goes down or anything else that uses the battery over night. But if that's not it, the battery is worn out and you need to buy a new one.
You should charge the battery fully before you start it. but few have the patience to wait that long- when you get a new toy you want to play with it right away! (Charging fully was much more important in "the old days" when batteries were nickel-cadmium or the early generations of lithium. Much less vital if you have a brand new modern phone from a large manufacturer).
no it wont I've done that before and nothing happened
IT WOULD BE FOR 12 HOURS, GENERALLY NOTHING AFTER 9PM THE NIGHT BEFORE.
Yes, the car will start with a fully charged battery. But if the alternator is defective the battery will soon run down and the engine will stop once all electrical power is drained from the battery. You can drive maybe 15 miles in daylight with nothing on, or maybe 10 miles at night with your lights on.
It is no so much the brand as the chemistry. A lithium ion cell will have a long shelf life and a great power to weight ratio.Duracell you buy rechargeable batteries they last forever. just recharge them over night.
I don't think that charging a cell phone battery every night hurts the battery. It does not matter how long the battery is being charged. The battery is created for specified period of time and then needs to be changed.
when ever the battery runs out or every night
Dead cell in the battery or something is on pulling power from the battery overnight.
Mine failed because I had a bad battery connection and my car had died the night before. I had to drive it for another 70 miles before it passed.
that happen to me. everyday in the morning the battery was dead until i found out it was the relay for the fuel pump, it was bad and it causes to leave the fuel pump on all night. maybe your is doing the same thing.