Your charger has a bad cap board in it.
Internally it is charging to the max amp-hour setting and then stopping.
Since it thinks it is transferring more power than it is. When you unplug
it you reset this counter.
I would recommend you repair/replace the board before it fails completely.
On Jan 13, 2013 6:52 PM, "Roma" <romastewart49@...> wrote:
> My Force would only charge 15 aH. I disconnect it for a couple of seconds
> and then reconnect it. It then charges up another 15 aH. This is of course
> a temporary solution. I'd be curious to see if it works for you, but I'd
> also like to find a permanent solution.
> --- In email@example.com, "jonaslapointe" wrote:
> > Hi, my school just got a 1995 2 seater force up and going and I have two
> questions for the group.
> > 1) what is the purpose of the auxillary battery under the dash/heater
> control unit?
> > 2) our car is only charging up to ~11Ah. Any suggestions? It seems like
> it might have something to do with temperature sensors in the battery
> compartments from some posts but I am new to this car.
> > Thanks!
> > - Jonas
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