Sorry, my thoughts at this point are mostly questions:
Are your battery terminals and clamps clean (i.e., shiny on the inside surfaces)? A battery terminal brush may be your best friend.
A partially corroded connection can prevent adequate battery charging, and can prevent sufficient current flow.
Have you checked that all your ground cables are intact and connected well at both ends? (Most people forget that half of the electrical system).
Is there any discoloration or any corrosion fuzz at any connections?
Do you have a volt meter? Do you know how to look for voltage drop across a cable or component?
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