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krazydave

Electrical Problem Any Auto Electricians Out There

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Hi all,

I have a 93' estima and have a problem with the Battery keep going flat.

i've put a new batttery on the Estima and when it's been somewhere and stops it will start no problem,but leaving it overnight and trying to start it in the morning is a no go there's just not enough charge in it to start.

Can anyone help with this problem plz it's getting a right pain.

Thanks.

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Have you checked all the internal lights are out including the one in the footwell, also the key can wear and you can take it out in the acc postion which will flatten the Battery. next is to put an ammeter on the Battery to see if it is using current when everything is switched off....

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Have you checked all the internal lights are out including the one in the footwell, also the key can wear and you can take it out in the acc postion which will flatten the battery. next is to put an ammeter on the battery to see if it is using current when everything is switched off....

HI,

I have checked all light's and turned off all interior lights and checked key ,that's ok just need to check

the current from the Battery,any other idea's

thanks

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Its either something draining the Battery or its not getting enough charge, you need a multimeter to check both of these....

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:) Try the alternator , My guess is the output is low

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