Question about 1992 Volkswagen Jetta
I have a 91 jetta, 1.8 engine, All started when an alternator belt broke, replaced it twice and then realized it may be the alternator so we replaced it but the battery light came on so we put in a brand new battery and it still won't hold a charge, all connections are secure??? What else could it be?.
Where did you get your alternator? mine broke a couple weeks ago and the new one from o'rilies was bad off the shelf.. i would take it back off and have whoever you got it from test it..
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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Check your alternator which is not charging your battery. Make sure the serpentine belt is not broken and is turning your alternator pulley. If the belt is good and the pulley for the alternator is not frozen you may want to make sure the battery and alternator has a good ground connection. If you replace the battery your vehicle will run until the battery voltage drops so you have to fix the charging system first.
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