Question about 2001 Hyundai XG300
Checked brushes - worn down to locating hole in brush.
Length seems ok - spring tension ok.
Still charges - sometimes
Are brushes available?
Could the regulator be faulty?
Can regulator be purchased separately, if so what is guide price (Aussie dollars).
What tests can I carry out?
Can I bench test the alternator?
You can bench test it but u need to have something to turn the alt up to speed but thats not needed check your voltage make sure its between 13.00 to 14.85 anything under that then the alt is not charging anything over that then the reg is bad and if the reg is bad then just replace the alt the cost of a reg is more then the alt brushes can be found at any repair shop for starters and alt let me knoe how it goes
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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