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New alternator for crown vic but not charging

Bought new alternator from autozone but not charging

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Fuse and or wiring to alternator small exciter wire needs ignition voltage for it to work

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SOURCE: 1994 crown vic, not PI, is not charging. Put in

there is a alternator fuse on the relay center under the hood that is a large fuse rated i think at like 140 amps check it it probably blew

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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have the alt tested there not very good do you have 12 volts going to the big wire on the alt and with key on you should have it to a small wire going to the regulator to turn it on

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SOURCE: My alternator on a 2004 ford crown vic is onl

no some of the crown vick had high out put alternator. because some of them were cop car.

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SOURCE: Replace horn on 2006 crown vic

I believe once you have mounted the horn and connected the wire you will find that the horn wire was cut at (by) the steering coloum that the siren override was hooked to,you will have reconnect this,I hope this helps you

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SOURCE: cant start my crown vic 1998

ignition switch or starter relay or a wiring problem

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I bought a new alternator from autozone but its not charging


Check your wiring and the related fuse on ignition circut do you have power at exciter wire with ignition on?

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check the ground cable. the ground straps to the engine and body alos. Make sure the cables are clean and have no corrosion anyplace.

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Well, either you have a bad alternator or a broken wire at the alternator. Check the small red field wire which excites the alternator and the large red output wire. Also check for a loose belt. Make sure your battery is charged as trying to charge a dead battery can overload and destroy an alternator.

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The temperature gauge sending unit is located in the front section of the intake manifold, just to the right of the alternator on the 4.6L engines. Got this from autozones repair manuals


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1994 crown vic, not PI, is not charging. Put in


there is a alternator fuse on the relay center under the hood that is a large fuse rated i think at like 140 amps check it it probably blew

Feb 07, 2010 | 1994 Ford Crown Victoria

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Car won't start


buy a cheap volt meter check voltage on both sides of the starter seleniod on the fenderwell if you have 12 volts on both sides while cranking test voltage at starter if you have 12 volts at starter with fully charged battery and it doesnt start you will need a starter it also sounds like you might need an alternator once you can get it started

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have your alternator check at autozone or advance auto for free!! Sounds like the voltage regulator is bad...hopefully this helps

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Most parts houses will install them for free.Go to autozone advanced or somebody like that and yes the dealer normally charges to do that

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