Starting problems in a Mitsubishi Eclipse GST 1995 could be caused by a weak battery or an alternator that does not charge. You might also have gotten a bad starter when you replaced that one.
my battery is good but having problems with starting
poor earth from battery to body work, low battery or starter motor needs replacing. are the most common problems
Its unlikely that it is related to getting a new battery. Make sure that during the process of replacing the battery that any emissions hoses or wiring were not disturbed or disconnected.
A dead cell in the battery or something is on, such as the headlights. A stuck relay will also cause this. More likely than not, the battery has a dead cell and needs replacing.
The most common cause of automobile starting problems; is the battery needs to be charged. When the battery will not take a charge. It needs to be replaced.
First clean battery connections, if this does not correct problem the battery needs replacing.
because the battery is the source of the power for the headlights. there could be an issue with the battery or the alternator can be failing.
Yes, that would be expected. Starting the motor takes a great deal of current, headlights much less.
You shorted it out, try protecting the wire ends from touching anything metal next time. the wire ends on the battery?
Battery size is measure in 2 ways. The actual physical dimensions of the battery and the size in Cold Cranking Amps (CCA). Purchase a battery that is physically the same size as the battery you are replacing or it will not fit. You can purchase a battery with a higher CCA capacity than the one you are replacing. This will cause no problems at all, and will just be a better battery, especially in the winter.
Could you be more specific? Is the battery dead, will the engine not turn over, are the headlights not working, etc.?
You might have Mazda 6 starting problems because your battery is bad or because you have a damaged starter. You might also have problems if you have no gas in the vehicle.
it is caused by the alternator voltage regulator switching on and off to charge the battery, this problem is encountered on many makes of car, you may not of noticed it before prior to exchanging the battery.
try checking the battery cables
The PLIP battery on the Peugeot 307 means that the battery is in need of charging. It can also mean there is a problem with the battery cables or the battery needs to be replaced. Not replacing the battery when necessary can also cause problems for the alternator.
Check the battery. Turn headlights on - they will come on with or without the key if it has power from the battery. If lights do not come on, the battery is dead (try jump-starting) or there is a bad connection (loose cable), or a short in the electrical system. If headlights come on, but dashboard lights do not light up - check the ignition (cylinder / switch)
Sounds like your battery needs replacing.
The same way you started it before replacing the battery.
Due to its age - MANY possibilities: battery needs re-charge or replacing - spark plugs need replacing - ignition wires need replacing - distributor needs replacing - fuel filter is clogged - fuel pump needs replacing. If you are handy, many of these can be done by you, if not, you will need the services of a mechanic. They ARE durable and long-lived, but the parts don't last forever.
a flat battery
Yes the problem is that after replacing Old battery to the New, my Pug307 not starting, radio and all inside electronic is funcioning normaly, but starter is quite :(
There are a few issues that can cause starting problems in the Kia Sephia. Some include a bad or drained battery, faulty starter, or a bad alternator.
Dim headlights, Flickering headlights, Starter sounds sluggish when cranking, Battery light comes on or flickers, Voltmeter drops below 13 volts with engine running,