My 1969 VW Beetle has issues keeping a charge. The battery is new, as is the regulator and generator. Why does my car act as if the battery is dead?

Asked by Sep 20, 2015 at 11:39 AM

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if the battery and related parts are new..check for a draw...its old and probably have had some thinds added...after market goodies... search for car battery draw...in your search engine...

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