Also look at the fuse box es and check for blown fuses. When they put installed the battery, they hooked it up backwards and blew the main fuse. Jim : I bought a pair of electric scooters. Do not connect to negative post of battery needing a jump start. Oh yeah, this wasn't my grandpa, it's just the term I used for the old guy 80 I got the Packard from.
If you have spark but no fuel pump, it's more likely the pump is giving up. Can I discharge : them and charge 'em up forwards? So I stopped by, expecting to see electrical carnage, but luckily Honda had some foresight, and the only thing that fried was an 80 amp fuse. Follow-up questions at the top level are allowed. Remove the cable from the post and lay it out of your way. And always had to re-polarise the dynamo before it would cut in and charge.
If the battery seems low put it on a trickle charge. . Once the flywheel is off you can replace the stator. Bunch of stuff For Sale and Wanted at the link below. In either case I'm willing to bet you're going to find 0 volts. I attempted a test drive and all I heard was a grinding type of sound comming from the motor area. Any questions we suspect of being leading questions or asked merely to promote an agenda or will be removed.
If all the fuses and fuse links test good, check for spark at the plugs, make sure the fuel pump runs when you turn the key, and if you have a code reader, make sure the computer is alive and responding. If your vehicle has negative ground, the positive cable goes back first. This site went through some big changes two weeks ago, and since then I can't get my photos to show up. If they're good they'll act like a wire. Then connect negative cable to negative battery post on the donor car and lastly to a ground point on the car needing the jump start, normally the engine. The next step or maybe the first would be to check all fuses and I mean pull them out, and check them with an ohmeter.
I was at least hoping for something to power up with the ignition in the accessory position, but that didn't happen. This will cause the batteries to heat very quickly, and in lead-acid type batteries -- the most common type -- it will result in the generation of a large amount of hydrogen gas within the charged battery. One thing that confuses me is that most of them factory molded to the wire, sometime up to six fusible links are molded to one or two wires. If one is burned open you will be able stretch it a lot. This is where a lot of people have trouble operating an electric cart. You'd still have 50 pounds of pressure at the nozzle until you opened it, then you'd have no pressure.
Thanks everybody for the immediate help, it is much appreciated. Thank you again, But I think that you may have misunderstood me. If that isn't available, provide all you know and explain why. I agree that it's odd. Yes, A car battery can have enough charge to turn on car electrical components but not start the car.
Both relays have a 14 gauge gray wire that will have 12 volts all the time. They often don't respond fast enough. At this point I suspect we're looking for a different cause of the no-start now that the computer has been replaced. Most of those links are four to six inches long. It is possible the starter motor would try to spin in reverse against the flywheel, but I believe the starter solenoid would also be reverse, so it wouldn't be pressed against flywheel and jammed.
That fuse link is a good six inches long but it only burned away in one spot. Civil disagreements can happen, but insults should not. Oh and the radio doesnt work, I'm not sure whether this is the radio itself or whether a fuse has just blown somewhere or something like that. I replaced it and it started up without a problem. I'll preface this with admitting I'm a dumbshit, and this is 100% my fault. My question is; could there be a short in the battery or is the solution going to be much more complicated? Pull your gear together — an adjustable wrench, a couple of clean lint-free rags, a pair of disposable latex gloves, some water and baking soda, a battery brush, and an inexpensive pair of safety goggles. We had to replace the fuse and the alternator, but after that the car ran fine but the battery gave out after a few months and we had to replace that too with a new one.
An aluminum wire clamped with a brass rivet in the fuse box is two different metals, and when you add an acid, like road salt from the driver's feet right under that fuse box, you have the same chemical reaction as in a car battery,. The only thing on the firewall, where the old guy indicated the flash was, is an ignition resistor, and it doesn't look damaged or discolored. Therefore, there won't be any fuel being pumped nor any sparks on the plugs. For example, your radio is likely to not only have a fuse on the general circuit feeding it and other compoenents, but also an internal fuse to protect the wires feeding just the radio. Do not connect the negative charge cable to the negative battery post, always connect it to the engine. Also, before the accident, when you would turn the key on, you could hear the fuel pump power up, but after the accident not.