Question about 1991 Volvo 240
I just replaced my 240 alternator...the old alternator had a green wire from the alternator case bolt that was cut and I cannot find where it led to for ground completion...my new alternator will not charge because it is not grounded...how can I complete the ground...any ideas...Thanks,
Check the ground to the alternator...clean up any rust & the alternator belt may need to be tightened... also make sure to use only bosch or volvo parts!!!
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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