How to Read a Car Battery Gauge.?

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Most drivers can read and understand most of the gauges on the dashboard of their vehicles. The fuel and temperature gauges, as well as the speedometer and odometer, are relatively easy to understand. An exception for many may be the voltmeter or
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How to Read a Car Battery Gauge
Most drivers can read and understand most of the gauges on the dashboard of their vehicles. The fuel and temperature gauges, as well as the speedometer and odometer, are relatively easy to understand. An exception for many may be the voltmeter or... More »
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Two options. Either the alternator is bad (voltage reg) or the computer is no good. Turn the head lights on (at night) If thy flicker, like high beams, then the computer is fried.
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The RPM gauge reads the RPMs in the car; it should be located on your dashboard.
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I've seen cars that when they warm up it changes the resistance of the positive battery cable, if the cable is going bad. Do you have any problems starting when the car is at operating
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