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This is a discussion on Battery Meter within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I just noticed that my battery meter would from a stop go up to 3/4s of the way full then ...

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    The Greek
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    Battery Meter

    I just noticed that my battery meter would from a stop go up to 3/4s of the way full then i put the car in drive and start moving it moves to 1/2 full then back to a stop it moves up again. This happens everytime I stop and go, is this an issue and what is the solution and problem.

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    Make sure your battery cables are properly connected, and then double check the positive battery cablevwhere it connects to the alternator, make sure its completely clean and very tight

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    Could this just of come loose like that, I haven't touched anything in the engine for months.

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    Those things don't generally just come loose real quick but I suppose over time they naturally loosen, like hinges on a door. Anyways, those were just some suggestions

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    Thanks a bunch, I'll go check it out today.

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