Question about Cars & Trucks
SOUNDS LIKE A BAD GROUND ON THE ALTERNATOR OR A BAD CABLE GOING TO STARTER CHECK THESE OUT FIRST. RUN A WIRE FROM GROUND ON BATTERY TO ALTERNATOR CASE. IF PROBLEM STILL EXISTS, TAKE JUMPER CABLE FROM POSITIVE
ON THE BATTERY TO BIG POST ON STARTER WHERE POSITIVE CABLE HOOKS UP. IF THIS ALLOWS CAR TO START REPLACE POSITIVE CABLE. CORROSION CAN BE IN CABLE AND NOT VISIBLE TO THE ***** EYE.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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