Battery still won't stay charged

Asked by Nov 15, 2016 at 01:15 AM about the 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just bought a brand new battery and a brand new
alternator and new terminals for my 2002
Mitsubishi Montero Sport and battery still will not
hold a charge. Thought possibly it could be the
voltage regulator but is there any other possibilities
that could be causing the battery to not stay
charged? Please help.

3 Answers

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Could be caused by a high draw short check it dash wiring and wiring to the doors

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Dash wiring and wiring to the doors? Like inside the door panels. Im sorry. Where do I check those things. My dad is helping me and I'm trying to do some research to help him. Could you please bev more specific if possible.

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go to youtube and look up "parasitic draw" some videos will walk you through the testing of each circuit.

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