Car help

Asked by Apr 15, 2017 at 01:12 PM about the 2003 Lexus ES 300 FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Wife went to store. Ran fine got in car to leave and
car would not start. Waited about a hour and car
started  had a lil drag just low amp but cranked so i
drove it home. Woke up replaced the battery
anyways. Car cranked fine. Then wife went to store
and when pulling up to parking spot it died. Now
wont crank up. Let it sit for 45 and still wont crank.
Radio works lights come on like normal. At a dead
end....

1 Answer

65

You need to get a fully charge battery, check your alternator output using a multimeter. with loads on(head light, windshield wiper, windshield defrost on). if your alternator is working fine, you should hade 13+volts or more(higher than your battery voltage),

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