Question about 2001 Chevrolet Suburban
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Posted on May 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: alternator not exciting
Hi ' If you changed the battery and alternator,
Check the voltage at the red wire on the alternator. if there a less than 12 volt.
Check the fuse link, that goes in the starter positive bolt.
If the fuse is bad replace and recheck the charging system.
IF charging normal. good.
If not, che the fuse in the fuse box, "" cluster".
If the fuse is blow out, replace. and check again.
OK. I hope this work for you.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
First check alt At The Back of Alt Big Red Wire Were hooks to Post (stud) Do you have voltage ?? How Much??
What Voltage do you have at same Place with Engine Running ??
Now At wires Were they plug into Alt ,Top. Wires in White Plastic Clip, Do You Have Powe With Key On ?? How Much Voltage??
Jump across the 2 in the clip (with Engine Running)ONLY TEMPORARY!! Do You Have Voltage at Battery ?? How Much??
If Over 13volts With Clip On (Jumped) You Need A Internal Voltage Regulator ..
Is Batt Light On on Dash ??? Theres A Lot Of Testing You Can Do !!! And I will Need More Infomation to Keep Going ... These are just some Possible Problems No Way In Depth ...
Could Be a Number of things Or May be Just as Simple As a Blown Fuse, Dirty Batt Cables ETC etc etc I Hope It Puts You On The Right track !!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Remove positive cable from battery & connect a 12 volt test light between battery terminal & battery post. Anytime light is on, you have a draw on battery. Don't forget your stereo will cause a small draw all the time. Light will dictate how much draw, if it's bright, lots, if dim, not too much. If it' bright, and you pull a fuse & it dims down, or goes out, you've found circuit with fair bit of draw. If worse comes to worse, I always find it easier to make sure I know where they all go back to, then pull them all & start putting back one at a time, light will tell you where you have a draw, mark it down, pull it back out & try another, until you found all sources of draw, and recorded the brightest one(s) Now go from there with info you have. If you put one in & no light, you can leave it in. Good luck, at least it will isolate the culprit(s).
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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