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why can't I charge my battery as the cables still to sit?
also by means of the cutouts cupboard is not load these, however, start by means of another accumulator, but to load does not go?

there is another manner for these opteladen, the accumulator is new but after three weeks these are entirely empty
 
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Use native language.

Difficult to understand problem. Translation computer not good.

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Try clean battery cables first. Charging (accumulator?) is different than starting, as electrical current not same.
 
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Try clean battery cables first. Charging (accumulator?) is different than starting, as electrical current not same.


I am sorry, my lanqua is not so good.
the battery cables are clean, that have i don to replace other battery.
if i charge the battery, witch the cables on the battery then hi will not reload.
i must remove de - cable from the battery, then i can charge the battery.
but i must remove first the wheel to get there by the battery, thats is a lot off work anytime, and the radio and time are not in memory
 
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Tell us what language you speak, maybe someone else speaks it here & you could private message them & have it translated.

If I understand you, your battery keeps going dead & it is a nuisance to have to take it out of the car to charge it. Please check that your battery terminals are actually staying tightly bolted to the battery posts. Due to the taper of the posts (slightly skinnier at the tops) the clamps like to ride up and are then only resting on the posts. You need to push down on the edge of the clamp with the blade of a thick-bladed regular screwdriver while tightening the bolt so this doesn't happen.

The next time you have it out, check that there is water in the battery by removing the caps (assuming it is not a sealed battery). If it's really old you may just want to get a new one & go from there. If it is low, use distilled water to fill it up before charging, not tap water.
 
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Tell us what language you speak, maybe someone else speaks it here & you could private message them & have it translated.

If I understand you, your battery keeps going dead & it is a nuisance to have to take it out of the car to charge it. Please check that your battery terminals are actually staying tightly bolted to the battery posts. Due to the taper of the posts (slightly skinnier at the tops) the clamps like to ride up and are then only resting on the posts. You need to push down on the edge of the clamp with the blade of a thick-bladed regular screwdriver while tightening the bolt so this doesn't happen.

The next time you have it out, check that there is water in the battery by removing the caps (assuming it is not a sealed battery). If it's really old you may just want to get a new one & go from there. If it is low, use distilled water to fill it up before charging, not tap water.


Hi there,

langue is dutch, and my battery is new.
but if i connected the charger, hi will not load, only is i disconnect the -pool then hi will charging.
 
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Just guessing:

1- your charger has overcharge protection or reverse polarity protection & something is hooked up backwards

2- blew one of the heavy duty fuses when something was previously hooked up backwards, but things are connected correctly now

3. battery itself is hooked up backwards right now. The positive cable & terminal are the ones near the centerline of the car. Negative is the outboard one closer to the right front wheel

I don't see why the battery won't charge no matter if you put the clamps on the battery itself or on the connectors at the ends of the cables. It's the same thing if they are well connected.

Have you tried hooking it up to the jump start terminal in the engine bay fuse block? Does that make a difference?
 
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Just guessing:

1- your charger has overcharge protection or reverse polarity protection & something is hooked up backwards

2- blew one of the heavy duty fuses when something was previously hooked up backwards, but things are connected correctly now

3. battery itself is hooked up backwards right now. The positive cable & terminal are the ones near the centerline of the car. Negative is the outboard one closer to the right front wheel

I don't see why the battery won't charge no matter if you put the clamps on the battery itself or on the connectors at the ends of the cables. It's the same thing if they are well connected.

Have you tried hooking it up to the jump start terminal in the engine bay fuse block? Does that make a difference?



I have new the leader back, on the fuse block and i have de loader set on 2 amp. new hi will loading my battery, i think that the nsx is protected for to high loading my loader have 8 amp and 2 amp loading.
thanks for your time and help.
 
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