im losing battery charge. Its has a new battery and alternator. Why am i losing power?

Asked by Apr 26, 2016 at 01:36 PM about the 1967 Chevrolet C10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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check your alternator.. maybe alternator not charging..

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Its brand new as well.

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Probably a parasitic draw, why did you change the Alternator no output? was it bench tested or did you check it at the battery for 13.2-14.8volts..how long does it take to discharge the battery overnight or in minutes or hours? I suggest checking ALL grounds and connections AGAIN

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the battery has some charge. The lights turn on. Not enough charge to turn the trunk on. it turns over very slow.

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If your not sure how to check or do some basic testing, with a multimeter or don't have one. It's best to have it looked at. You can spend a lot time guessing. Tell the shop you want 1.The battery load tested. 2.The alternator output checked 3. check for parasitic battery (draw) drain. 4.starter circuit voltage drop test . ASK HOW MUCH

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