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Changed the alternator runs fine until you turn on the blower motor then volts go down and wants to die

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The throttle body needs to be cleaned, grime in this area prevents the throttle plate from closing completely and allowing air to enter, making the air/fuel mixture lean. Make sure to clean the front and back sides of the throttle body. Also, disconnect the battery during the cleaning process to allow the computer to reset and relearn to the cleaned throttle body.

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SOURCE: blower motor wont shut off

Check your blower resister in duct right in from of motor. These tend to burn out and short every once in a while

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I have a thought you may try testing your battery voltage with the car turned off .It should read 12 volts or higher if not charge battery than check again if battery is lower than 12 volts after charging replace battery.If 12 volts or higher start engine check voltage on battery again it should be 13 volts to 14.5 volts not higher if voltage readings are lower than 13 volts or higher than 14.5 volts replace alternator.

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Yes it sounds like the alternator voltage regulator is wearing down and needs to be changed or replaced.

If you can get your hands on a 12 volt multimeter, turn the setting to 20 dc and place the negative wire on the negative battery post and the positive wire on the positive battery post.


The battery with motor off should be 12.6 volts and higher, start the the car the read out should be 14.,2 or higher.


You can turn the lights and heater on to see if the alternator can cope with the load.


if read out is less then you need to change or replace it.

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Sounds like your alternator is doing nothing-the car is running only off the battery. Have your charging system checked-does your battery light stay lit? If that bulb is burnt out, that may be why the charging system is not working. On some charging systems, that bulb is crucial for the alternator to work.
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The alternator is not generating enough current to the coil to maintain the spark. This could be a bad coil or a bad alternator or BOTH. When you are connected with cables the extra voltage required as you accellerate the gas pedal is pulled from the DONOR car battery and motor. When running at idle your car DISCONNECTED there is not much demand for power. As you press on the gas the RPM increases requiring more spark than you car can produce and it cant recover... trying to keep up drains what charge there is from being jumped off and the car dies. The fact that it dies leads me to believe the alternator should be your first troubleshooting area... You can test this with a multimeter. You should get 14+ volts coming out of the back of the alternator. The car requires 12 volts to run the engine and the extra volts are put back into the battery as a charge...less than 12 volts is a sign of a bad alternator and can cause your problem.

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