Don't assume the battery had anything to do with the stalling. If a stalling proiblem was associated with the battery, it would have done it right away. And if it did, it would usually need to relearn the idle. The computer needs reset. It could be that the battery wasn't the problem to begin with, it was the alternator, or something in the charging system. So you put in a new battery, and it's got some juice, but not too much.. It works fine for a few starts, but then the engine dies, and you can't start it again. Likely the battery isn't getting a charge. Another theory is that your trunk light isn't turning off when you close the trunk, so it drains the battery, and on short runs the battery doesn't get charged enough. Had the same thing happen to me in a 2001 Dodge Stratus. Fools replaced the battery but forgot to attach the thing that made the computer remember everything (sorry dont know all the tech terms). Had to make it learn how to idle in park, then in drive, then with the air conditioner on, etc.
Weak battery or starter.
I just put a new battery and alternator in my car, but when i put it in gear or start slowing down to stop..the car die out. Also the brake light is continely on.
If you are using it to turn on the car a good battery would help.
Correct, a car will not start with a disconnected battery
there seems to be a short in the electrical system, i would start by checking the heater switch,
No, a defibrillator will not jump start a car battery.
Check the battery cables or starter.
stalling, but not often?
I would not I would buy a 12 volt charger and plug it in for a day
9 or so would give you the correct voltage but they would not give you the amperage that a car battery would give you and that you would need to start the car.
Certainly, a loose wire on the car battery can cause the car not to start.
If your battery is dead then you are going nowhere therefore why would you need to take the car out of park? Get a jump start from another car with a good battery and then you can start your car and drive to the nearest battery dealer and buy a new battery if need be. Otherwise just put a battery charger on your battery and let it fully charge.
Sounds like a short on one of the battery cells. Get the local tyre and battery shop to check the battery out
From your description I would say you could rule out the battery but not the alternator (the part that charges the battery) but it's most likely the starter
No, the starter is usually for help starting your car along with your battery. If your car is stalling chack all your spark plugs and wires. If that doesn't work your alternator might not be working. Starters help your car START.
no if the car doesnt start check the battery and the alternator and the starter.
bad battery or loose battery cable
Get a donor car and use it's battery to start your car. You will need a set of quality jumper cables. Or you can charge the dead battery on the car for about 2 hours with a good 10 amp battery charger.
MY XK8 WAS IN THE GARAGE FOR ABOUT 7 WEEKS AND THE BATTERY WOULD NOT START THE CAR BUT EVERYTHING ELSE CAME ON.
Yes, if your car battery is the same voltage as the ATV battery.
Last Sunday my battery was dead, I got a jump start from a professorial battery charger, car started fine, got to church, after car would not start, had it towed to where I can buy a new Battery, car still will not start, where is the starter relay?, is there a fuse link for the starter any where?
A starter does drain a battery. The battery holds a charge so that you can use your starter to start the car. After the car is started the alternator recharges your battery and runs your car and all it's accessories. If your car won't start or is having a hard time starting you can drain your battery by repeated unsuccessful attempts to start it.
You can get a new battery, you can jump start the car with jumper cables and another car with a charged battery. You can also put a battery charger on your battery to give it a charge.
No, a car battery does not have mercury in it. It would be very dangerous to have mercury in a car battery.
No, You do not need a key fob to start a car. When starting a car, you put the key in the ignition and turn. Power comes from car battery, not from the key fob battery!