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Wiring diagram of voltage regulator for hitachi gsb107-04a

No voltage out put going back to charge battery

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look for a fusible link out. You need to check for output on the alternator that you installed. make sure the batteries are fully charged before that, otherwise its not going to read right. start from the source. also, you can disconnect the batteries from the sys and do a continuity check on the wires in the loom, so you can see if current has a path, or if you have an open circuit. hope this helps

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I have 2003 Saturn Ion and I have bought a new


test the battery voltage while the engine is running, (you'll have to jump it again)
if you know the battery, voltage regulator and alternator are good, you may have to check all the fuse-able links on the car, all the vehicle grounds, and the fuses and relays.
if you put your battery on charge until it is fully charged and let the car sit over night and it is dead, either the battery is internally shorted or the vehicle is drawing far to much current and each circuit tested to find the short.

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Well I looked at the wiring diagram and I did not see a 30amp fuse.
There is a 15amp, a 7.5 amp, and the two fuseable links between the battery and the alternator. Thats not to say a 30amp fuse for the charging system does not exist, but its not in the standard diagram.
Do you have battery power on the large alternator post when the key switch is off ? And do you have power on the lite green and red wire when the key switch is on ?

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My low beams went out on 1983 pu but i still have high beams, battery was boiling, just replaced voltage regulator


Was it a medium sized wire? If so yes put it back on the battery because this is the charging wire for the battery. The low beams may be simple, they may have burnt out when the voltage reg. failed. low beams were on the most giving them the most over voltage causing early dimise

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Alternator wont charge batteries


I can't give you more than generalities without knowing your vehicle model.
The alternator has several connections: Battery charge, Battery sense, and Field. The charge wire carries charging current to the battery. Since there is a voltage drop across this wire, a separate sense wire feeds the actual battery voltage back to the regulator module inside the alternator. The regulator then controls the current going to the Field terminal (a winding inside the alternator), which in turn controls the charging current. There may also be a separate Ground wire, but usually the alternator frame is supposed to be grounded through its mounting bracket.
The first thing to do is check each of the terminals for corrosion or loose connections. In particular, if the alternator has recently been serviced, or if somebody was working near it, check ring terminals on threaded studs to see if they have been left loose. Make sure the connections are clean and free of corrosion or arc burn oxidation, especially at the battery. Make sure screw connections are snug, but do not over-tighten - you don't want to break the connector stud.
If the connections and wiring look good at both ends, check the voltages on the terminals. The charge terminal voltage will be slightly higher than the sense voltage. The difference will be proportional to the electrical demand on the system. The field voltage will show a larger change with load (e. g., it should increase significantly if you turn on the headlights). Voltages must be measured with the engine running, so be very careful not to get the test leads or yourself caught in the alternator belt.

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How to connect a new era alternator voltage regulator wiring diagram.Or a schematic diagram of the charging system.


knowing the color codes can be a great help..usually in 12v reg system,from the regulator there are 6 white wire having a stripe codes,blue means neutral,green means field,black means ground to body,white means hot wired to +12v,yellow means to bat charging indicator going to instrument panel and finally red means to ignition....and always secure the regulators case to ground.

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There is a ground some were that is causeing the battery not to charge put new selinoid ,new battery,alternater,new key lock cylender check wirers fuses relay switches and battery still wont charge


It sounds like you have done a whole lot of replacing and not much "diagnosing". Did you chech for battery voltage at the alternator? There should be battey voltage at the large Black/Orange wire that is on the B+ terminal of the alternator. This wire should have voltage all the time. If there is no battery voltage, you most likely have a burned fusible link at the starter relay area.
There should also be voltage at the "S" terminal with the ignition on. If there is no voltage, then check for voltage at the "S" terminal of the voltage regulator. If there is no voltage at the "S" terminal on the voltage regulator then check the "I" terminal on the regulator for voltage.

NOTE: The voltage on the "S" terminal should be 1/2 that of the voltage on the "I" terminal.

If there is voltage on the "I" terminal, make sure your voltage regulator is grounded properly to the fender and retest to see if it is charging the battery. If it is still not charging, disconnect the regulator connector and connect a jumper between the "A" and "F" terminals of the connector. Start the engine. The alternator should now be charging the battery at high voltage (usually over 15 volts) If it does, replace your voltage regulator. If it does not, then you need to check your wiring between the voltage regulator and the alternator.

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2003 FORD E150 NEW ALT AND NEW BATTERY STILL NOT CHARGING


Your wiring diagram shows a fusible link between the battery and alternator. Also shows an optional voltage regulator. Trace the wire from the alternator back to the battery. Look for that fuse and regulator. I will paste the diagram below.

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My 7.3 L diesel ford f-250 shows the battery light (check charge system) on in the dash. I tried to drive it and the voltage gauge started dropping into the 10-11 v range. I replaced the alternator...


You must have an older vehicle,but I am pretty sure the 7.3 was put out after the voltage regulator was put in the alternator.What you are describing is a voltage regulator on the the firewall.If this is so,replace the voltage regulator on the firewall,with a new one.This will be the problem most likely.The voltage regulator on the firewall should be kind of flat,almost square,and a wide plug,goes all the way across the voltage regulator.If You don`t have external regulator,then it is built in the alternator,and the alternator you purchased is bad.Be sure the wires on the back of the alternator are not broken anywhere.The big post ,largest wire,on the back of the alternator is the out put wire.It should go to the battery.If it does not have 13.65 to 14.25 volts on the back of the alternator,and at the battery positive post.Like I said,I believe the voltage regulator is on the firewall,if it looks like I described,then it is a regulator,replace this part(voltage regulator)and it will solve your problem.I hope this was some help,please let us know,thank you.

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