I have replaced a transmissiin batter a.starter and alternator and my olds will not stay charged. After a min.. It shuts up. I was driving it as soon as i put the blinker on..it went dead. Plz help me. Is it electrical
My car has 90 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
Yes, this does sound like an electrical issue. Here’s what you can do:
With the vehicle running, use a multimeter to check voltage at the battery. It should read somewhere near 14 volts, give or take .5 volts, if it is charging properly.
If voltage is 12.6 or less, the alternator is not charging the battery.
Also check for power at the alternator, with the engine running, just in case the battery wire is no good.
If you cant find the issue, a certified technician should be able to determine the exact cause of your battery not holding a charge.
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