Car acts like there is no battery

Asked by Aug 12, 2015 at 08:01 PM about the 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse, Pulled into a parking spot and everything died, No panel lights, no horn Its acting like there is no battery in the car. I had the battery check and it checked good. Tried jumping still nothing.

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I don’t think is the alturnator . It could be the sensor control panel ,where all the sensor switch is located behind the relay box . The car computer pick up nothing from it , so nothing can happen

65,525

Check the main fuses, in car,ECM,

I checked the two main fuses and they are ok, where is the relay box located

65,525

Under hood,

910

Check the ignition switch by connecting a voltmeter on each wires with ignition on for accesories. Then check voltage on ignition on for power. Make sure the ground is connected to something metallic when checking voltage.

I changed the altinator, still no voltage going to the battery, where is the generator relay located.

40

Check the sensor control panel which is under or nearby the relay

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