Tip & How-To about Audi A6
All you will need is a multimeter.
Start your engine, with the handbrake engaged ( safety first), then touch the measuring cables of the multimeter, on the + (red) and - (black) poles of the battery. For 12V installation vehicles ( most passenger cars and two wheels)
the voltage on the poles with engine running around 2000 - 3000 rpm, should be anywhere between 13V to 14V. Lower Voltage, means that the alternator doesn't charge the battery, and higher means that soon the battery will be destroyed by high voltage. Not good. Can blow up.
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