Battery problem .... Need some help

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Battery problem .... Need some help

Post by leoparker990 » Wed May 24, 2017 10:44 am

My car battery and car alternator looks good to me but rough battery terminals. I took my battery charge and they said that it was good but when i tried to start it, it was just sudden a click nothing more than that, terminals were really hot. Could Someone help me out?

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Re: Battery problem .... Need some help

Post by Prince » Wed May 24, 2017 11:40 am

Hi.

I think I know whats the problem, but don't worry it's simple I think. You are missing STC. Without that your car will never go again. Poor STC generates a lot of heat and other problems. We have all had experienced bad STC at some time.

That is Sound Terminal Connectivity. In non technical terms you have a bad connection at that terminal. Take a closer look, clean the surfaces, make sure everything is tight and well connected, and I'm sure magicc will happen. :D

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Re: Battery problem .... Need some help

Post by Technician » Wed May 24, 2017 4:54 pm

I think this thread should be in the 'help fix my car' thread further down the forum. :)


Admin Edit: Now moved :)

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Re: Battery problem .... Need some help

Post by leoparker990 » Thu May 25, 2017 8:42 am

Prince wrote:Hi.

I think I know whats the problem, but don't worry it's simple I think. You are missing STC. Without that your car will never go again. Poor STC generates a lot of heat and other problems. We have all had experienced bad STC at some time.

That is Sound Terminal Connectivity. In non technical terms you have a bad connection at that terminal. Take a closer look, clean the surfaces, make sure everything is tight and well connected, and I'm sure magicc will happen. :D
Thanks for your recommendations . Thanks a lot dear...

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Re: Battery problem .... Need some help

Post by Dcunning35 » Fri May 26, 2017 8:04 pm

Im not sure what your implying with the stc reference prince?.
However poor terminal connectivity would be easily tested with a volt drop accross the terminal .

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