I Have Had It In And Out Of The Shop And Now, It’s Just Sitting Until I Can Afford To Fix The Next Set Of Issues.
I’ve been having a lot of trouble with my 2001 hyundai elantra. Acura, honda, lexus, toyota, if playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. The current problem here is that my car will start with a jump but won’t hold a charge.
And You Will Notice That Car Starts But Won’t Stay Running Unless The Foot Is On Gas.
I was told there’s a miscommunication between the alternator & battery. Car jump starts but wont stay running. And over 14 volts with the car running and no loads turned on.
New Battery Or Not, The Alternator Runs Everything Once The Engine Is Started.
The bike doesn't start charging until 4k rpms or over. You should also watch the multimeter while someone else cranks the car and see that the voltage doesn't drop below about 10 volts while cranking. My car has 20000 miles.
The Second Problem Could Be That Your Alternator Is Bad And Not Charging Your Battery, In This Case You Will Need To Replace Your Alternator.
I would look at an electronic reason as to why the car is stopping. Your vehicle starts after giving it a jump but won’t start again. All the arguments are the same: