Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
We thought that it needed a new battery so we changed it, the car was working fine. Then a few days later the car stop working. So we thought that there was something with the aletnator so we tok it to a guy who fixes alternators and he said that the alternator is go. So the guy asked what wrong with the car? So I told him the car wont start at all. He said is there any power going into the car I said no only if you jumpstart it. So he said that it might be a blown fuse. He showed us a wire piece which he said is connected to the alternator, but we can't find it. Does anyone know where it could be?
An easier solution to this is to disconnect the negative and/or positive battery terminal with the car running, if your alternator is working it will keep the car running. To find the wire that goes to bettery can be a PITA, so I reccomend going to an auto parts store and getting some 8 or 6 guage length of battery grade wire and connect that directly to the alternator and the positive end of the battery. I'd do this because you may have a faulty wire that doesn't keep the battery charged and it's hard to trace the wire route through the rats nest of wires it runs along with.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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