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Alternator isnt charging the battery ...alternator and battery both good....heard i should check terminal 4 bad connection but i can locate that...can u give me any advice

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Look to the right under the hood on the fenderwell. make sure both battery cables are in good shape and clean. a cable also runs to the starter

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1 Make sure the alternator is charging (operating properly) by measuring the voltage between earth (battery negative) and the live terminal. It should be greater than 13 volts, less than 15V.
2 Make sure the regulator is being excited. Most modern alternators need to have the dash light working in order to send a minute current to the alternator regulator to kick it into life. If the dash light is out, (fused) the alternator won't work.
3 If the voltage from the alternator live terminal is good, check the voltage at the battery. It should be between 13.5 and 14.8 Volts. If this reading differs from the reading at the alternator output, you have a wiring issue.
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