Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban
I have a 2003 suburban with a 145 amp alternator. Raplaced the alternator, and had the battery tested good, battery charge light still is on. The alternator has a three wire connector that indicates 0 volts, 10 volts and 0 volts. Battery voltage is 12.8 v. Also when I remove the positive battery cable and place a light tester between the positive battery post and the hot wire to the main fuse block it lights up, ( approx 2.8 amps ) nothing is on and the key is not in the ignition. To summerize: Alternator tests good, Battery tests good, no fuses are burned, charge light is on and there is a load between the battery and the main fuse block under the hood.
If you could help me out I would be so gratefull Thanks Frank
Make sure you have power to the back of the alternator and make sure you have power from the plug
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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