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Old 24-01-12, 08:40 AM   #1
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Hi can anybody help i have a 2003 307 2.0 hdi rapier 110 there is a fault with starting in the mornings wont turn over and goes dead straight away thought it was a loose terminal nipped them up but still no joy this morning, once i get it started it picks up charge and starts ok rest of the day any ideas people?
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hi, i would get your battery and alternator checked out !!
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hi, i would get your battery and alternator checked out !!
i got the same problem on mine now...brand new battery and alternator charging fine...i must have a drain somewhere....
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Also forgot to mention wipers work with key out is this right? Off to the garage now.
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Also forgot to mention wipers work with key out is this right? Off to the garage now.
Nope. They should only operate for a few seconds after the key is out to park to the straight up position to allow you to lift the arms and change the blades.
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Found that earth terminal to battery is no good covered in white powder cut it off and replaced it with a 13mm bolt type 1.70 from car spares fingers crossed and see what happens in the morning.
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Bargain fix if thats what it was
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does that crusting occur if your battery is no good? anyone got any theory why the crusting occurs?
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Found that earth terminal to battery is no good covered in white powder cut it off and replaced it with a 13mm bolt type 1.70 from car spares fingers crossed and see what happens in the morning.
So did it start....
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does that crusting occur if your battery is no good? anyone got any theory why the crusting occurs?
Possibly. Do you keep your terminals protected with copper grease or vaseline?
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