if it stalls when you remove positive battery terminal then your alternator is bad Yes, it could be the alternator, but I have an 89 Celebrity and when I first got it we had the same problem and would die out every few minutes and need a boost. We changed the alternator, did not help. We bought a Duralast Gold battery from Auto Zone which helped a little but did not fix the problem. We then took the car to an alternator repair shop called Gabby's in Knoxville TN and they replaced a large fuse under the dashboard and I never had the problem again. Cost me $5.00.
Just like the battery on any other vehicle, connect the charger's clips to the battery terminals, red to positive and black to negative. However, because the Sportster has a relatively small battery, if charging at a high amperage (ten amps or more), it's important to monitor charging carefully unless the charger is fully automatic. Don't leave a small battery charging at a constant 10 amps overnight. For peace of mind and foolproof charging, I recommend using a Battery Tender, which you can leave connected to the battery whenever the bike is parked. It cannot overcharge yet keeps the battery at full capacity.
You simply cannot as it is THE battery that you are charging...
Can You Charge...Yes. As a matter of fact, in order to charge a battery, the charging voltage HAS to be greater than the charged battery's voltage or no current will flow and charging cannot happen.Of course, the charging voltage cannot be excessive, or damage to the battery being charged will result.In your question, 4.6 volts is not excessive for a 4.2 volt battery.
NO, a 12 volt battery cannot be charged with a 6 volt charger. To charge any battery, the charging voltage has to be, at least, slightly higher than higher than the voltage of the battery. Current flowing through the battery is what accomplishes the charging, and no current will flow at or below the voltage of the battery to be charged.
No it cannot. Your battery maybe bad or your charging system may have quit. Have a service shop load test the battery and check your charing system.
No. When a laptop is plugged in, it immediately switches to AC power and begins charging the battery. The battery cannot become "overcharged" because special circuitry in the battery is designed to prevent this.
Don't know this cars specifics, but usually, if the alternator light is on in your dash (the battery symbol) it means that your alternator is not charging your battery or that your battery cannot hold a charge.
The Deltran Supersmart Battery Tender is the optimal choice in battery chargers for cars. It switches from a full charging mode to a float charging mode to ensure that battery is kept at maximum, it has a reverse polarity protection to ensure the user cannot be harmed, and it comes backed by a 10-year-warranty. You can buy it on amazon.com for approx. $43.
Where are the jump start terminals under the hood on a 2003 e320
Iphone's from the Apple company do not offer spare parts for their Iphone cell phones. One cannot buy a new phone battery, but instead buy a mobile phone charging pack to charge ones phone when they are not near an outlet. One can buy a mobile phone charging battery at websites or stores such as Bestbuy or Amazon.
If there is corrosion on the terminals then you will have a bad connection that will not transfer power from the battery to the starter. It is just like disconnecting the cable. Electrical current cannot flow properly through the corrosion,
If you are talking about battery chargers you buy to charge your vehicle's battery, you will hear a slight hum or a feel a slight vibration as it is charging. Some chargers have a meter which will show the current (Amps) being put into the battery. If you mean the vehicle's own battery charging system, if that system is not working it is likely that a red warning light on your dashboard will not go out after you have started the engine. Vintage cars or special-build vehicles often have an Ammeter to show the current (Amps) being put into the battery. If the vehicle's own charging system is not working you can still drive the vehicle for some distance but don't rely on the battery's charge lasting for long: if the battery is not being re-charged it will go flat because of the current drain taken by the vehicle's electrics. (Ignition, fuel pump, lights, etc..) If you can't get the vehicle's own battery charging system fixed but still want to use the vehicle for short distances you will have to re-charge its battery regularly using a mains-powered battery charger. When you eventually get the vehicle's charging system fixed it would be a good idea to have the battery tested too, to be sure it is ok. If your battery is too flat to start the engine then there may be 2 different reasons why it went flat: 1) because the battery is old or has a fault so that it cannot hold a charge any more - the battery needs to be replaced. 2) because the vehicle's battery charging system has a fault so that it has stopped charging the battery. In that case it is the charging system which must be replaced. This assumes of course that the battery itself is ok.
Sometimes new batteries are faulty. However, check that the terminals are clean and tight. Check that the battery fluid is proper level in all cells (some batteries don't have caps on top to check this and cannot be checked. Also, do this carefully, acid is not your friend). Sometimes intermittently bad alternator or starter solenoid can cause this. Bad ground or broken/shorted wiring can also be possible. It's a new battery, so take it back and have it and the charging system checked at the shop where the battery was purchased. They should check the battery for free under warranty, and some shops will test the charging system for free too.
No it cannot unless alternator is not charging the only power a diesel requires is for fuel cutoff solenoid
The first thing you do is turn off the car, and set the parking brake. Now detach the black battery terminal from the battery. Next, repeat the same procedure with the red terminal. Using a rachet and socket, remove the battery hold down clamp. Grab the old battery from the bottom with both hands and lift it out of its tray. Using a wire brush, thoroughly clean the corrosion from the battery terminals with a baking soda and water mixture. Place the new battery in the tray and secure it with the hold down clamp. For best results, spray the battery terminals with a anti corrosion solutions. Now attach the red terminal first, followed by the black terminal, making sure the terminals are tight enough that they cannot move.
It shouldn't - the laptop should be fitted with circuitry to stop charging the battery once it's full. That way, the battery cannot be overcharged. If you're always using the laptop at home (or near a mains socket) - you can simply remove the battery, and just run it off the mains.
The battery cannot be removed quickly! Inductance of the wiring stores energy and keeps the current flowing and decaying smoothly. There will be an opposite polarity, higher voltage pulse on the battery terminals, limited by the circuit capacitance only.
Battery Terminal Corrosion is Often VisibleFirst, the plastic case of a battery cannot corrode.When corrosion occurs, it is on the metallic lead terminals and the connector clamps on the battery cables.What you can see depends on the extent of the corrosion.Mild corrosion may be nothing more than a dark [often black] film on the terminals and connector clamps.If the corrosion has been allowed to go on for a long time then one may see evidence of the corrosion in the form of a "fluffy" buildup of powder on the terminals and connector clamps. This powdery buildup is usually a whitish, green to blue-green tint.The fluffy material is an oxide or salt compound resulting from the combination of the metal in the terminals and connector clamps with the Sulphuric Acid in the liquid battery electrolyte.
No, your carrier cannot remotely turn your cell phone on or off. Even if they could, they would not be able to do so if the battery is dead - only charging or changing the battery will help with that.
This cannot be determined as who is to say who's a celebrity or not.
The only way to stop the batteries charging on AC power if they need charging is to remove the batteries, if possible. Most tablets cannot do this. On an Apple iPad, plugging the USB cable in to a iPhone charger will show 'Not Charging' on the screen, since it cannot provide enough current to charge the iPad's larger batteries. This is not AC power, however, as it will still slowly drain the batteries if the iPad is used.
If a Chevy truck tries to start but then doesn't, it might be that the battery is low. Check the alternator also to make sure that battery is charging properly. Some larger motors require a larger cranking amp from the battery to start.
A battery cannot be 'reset'.
Batteries and chargers are matched to each other. You cannot arbitrarily choose a different battery or charger without running the risk of over or under charging, particularly with NiCad batteries, but also for any battery. Best is to consult the manufacturer and pick an exact replacement, or an authoirzed substitute.
You can be have a limo and you can be a rock star but no you cannot be a celebrity without late night.