Changed Starter Battery and Alternator and the car still wont stay charged i can charge the battery and the car will run for however long the battery is charged

Asked by Mar 09, 2015 at 03:55 PM about the 2003 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Changed Starter Battery and Alternator and the car still wont stay charged i can charge
the battery and the car will run for however long the battery is charged. checked all wires
to make sure everything is connected but still having issues not sure what it can be any
help

3 Answers

I would start by having that new alternator checked to make sure. Anything can happen.

i have and it comes back fine

665

You may have a burned out fusible link. They are sometimes difficult to locate. The wires should have a defining mark on them. Also, check for continuity from the wires through the plug in socket.

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