Hoda Accord 90's - 93

Asked by Aug 23, 2017 at 02:58 PM about the 1992 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

first drivers window quit working then battery starting draining an when i went
to jump it for a jumpit pack the battery would spark if i put the pos on first
when i went to put the neg on it would spark ( neg side) if i put the neg on
first the pos would spark at initial point then stop when put on and the car
would start but still there is a draw some where because it drains the battery
an it is a new one( the battery works in my car but not this one)

3 Answers

125

Are you attaching the negative to the engine or the terminal? Also, it sounds like you have a parasitic draw which is sucking your battery dry. Follow troubleshooting steps to verify this.

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Thank you i am trying that today i just dont understand the meter i borrowed,but will let you know what i find out THANK YOU from a gal that dont know much about cars( Dad taught me a few things when i was young m i think they still apply) i take the neg off an have one rod on neg post on battery an the other on the ground wire it self right then pull each fuse to see a drop you know what to check like if the one for dom light an stereo is draining when i pull the fuse i will drop on the meter then check each of them for the draw Is that right

125

This should help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRcj1fQcWwU

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