Posted by Retired Farmer on December 26, 2012 at 19:51:58 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Re: OT/Ford posted by BushogPapa on December 26, 2012 at 19:16:43:
COOP did say that the battery showed a little overcharge, 15v instead of 14.7. I went to start it yesterday about noon and when I hit the switch the starter tried to turn over slowly and then quit. I could hear the solenoid click. I got the volt meter and put on the battery and it showed about ten and a half volts. I put the charger on it for a couple of hours and checked it when I got back and it still showed about ten and a half volts. I unhooked the positive cable and put the charger on it again. That is when I discovered the five volt draw with everything turned off. Checked it again and it was up to where it was supposed to be. Haven't tried it again. Left the cable undone. Too cold out to work.
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