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    Well, I understand what you say, and I see the point, it's a real life stress test for the battery.
    My issue would be that most of the time, when I turn the key to try and "crank it " .. nothing happens, and that's my main issue.
    so I would be unable to, once removed the fuel pump relay, crank it for 10-15 seconds... unless I am really lucky and get the one time it does start..

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    See if this helps any Red Thunder. it discusses a split contact ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedThunder View Post
    Well, I understand what you say, and I see the point, it's a real life stress test for the battery.
    My issue would be that most of the time, when I turn the key to try and "crank it " .. nothing happens, and that's my main issue.
    so I would be unable to, once removed the fuel pump relay, crank it for 10-15 seconds... unless I am really lucky and get the one time it does start..
    Buried deep in my post is you don't necessarily have to disable the fuel pump relay to do this. If you turn the key and it nosedives to nothing you've found your problem.
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    This "split ring connector" is the connection at the starter (3) that could be an issue. However, if the battery nose dives and there and the lights don't stay on when cranking, it likely is not the issue. If the lights stay on and battery voltage stays reasonable, that may indicate a starter is drawing too much current or there is an electrical issue like a connection, switch, etc. The volt meter will be a big help for this.

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    Well, it turns out it was the starter.
    It also turned out I have bought the car with the lifetime warranty, Maximum Care, and after 7 years, i found all paperwork for it.
    One phone call to the local dealer and my baby was in and in a few hours it was out again, with a new starter, several firmware and software updates, 2 recalls taken care of, new thermostat (in the meantime the car threw a "check engine" light... ) and some other issues that was also under warranty.
    I paid a minimal deductible, and was taken care of very well. I know, usually cardealers don't have the greatest reputation, I work with them on a daily basis.. But this time my local Fiat dealer in Austin, came through with high colors. They also replaced the battery in my FOB, washed the car, and took care of other minor things.
    My "baby" is now very happy and seems to be running very well. . I hope it lasts that way.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    This "split ring connector" is the connection at the starter (3) that could be an issue. However, if the battery nose dives and there and the lights don't stay on when cranking, it likely is not the issue. If the lights stay on and battery voltage stays reasonable, that may indicate a starter is drawing too much current or there is an electrical issue like a connection, switch, etc. The volt meter will be a big help for this.


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