causes of failed charge(car Battery)

Causes of a Failed Charge(Car Battery)

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Car Battery Failed Charge

Knowing how to jumpstart a car battery is a good skill to have—but what happens when it’s not enough? Most of the time when your car won’t start, you assume it’s because there is a problem with the battery. There are several different causes that could be behind your run-down battery.

Here’s a quick rundown of some of the most common causes of a battery that won’t hold a charge:

  • You’ve left your lights on, or some other accessory that draws battery power even when your car isn’t running.
  • When you drive the car, the battery isn’t getting recharged, i.e., there is a mechanical charging problem.
  • There is a parasitic electrical drain on the battery, possibly caused by a bad alternator.
  • The battery is simply old and it’s time for you to replace it.

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