Topic: Re: Batteries. Dead ones?
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The new style starter on cars now days have permanent magnets in them so they draw less amps than the old style ones that had field windings to feed current thru so this makes it hard to tell while cranking that your battery is going dead. These new starters can turn over good even when the battery is on its last leg.
You were lucky you were able to jump your wife's vehicle. My wife was pregnant with our first child and when she came out of a store our pickup would not start. I couldn't even jump it. We ended up putting a battery in it and it ran fine. The old battery developed an open circuit internally. Ran fine when she parked to go in the store.
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