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Keeps dying? Do you have to boost it? The voltage regulator is internal to the alternator. Is there power to the alternator to turn it on? LOts of could be's here without more info

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This is easy to test but you need a multimeter. Connect the multimeter to the battery and run the engine at a fast idle (say 2000 rpm). You should get a voltage reading anywhere from 14 to 15 volts if the battery is fully charged and the alternator is working. If the reading is around 12 volts, then the alternator is not working.

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My batterie keeps dying. ive got new alternator and batterie. still keeps dying.


This is caused by a few things, either there is something on in the vehicle, the alternator is not good, the fuse that controls the alternator is bad, or the voltage regulator is faulty. Check the fuses first, then make sure that nothing is on when the key is out, and if it is neither of those, the have the alternator tested, and if it is not that, then you have a bad voltage regulator.

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You mean the alternator pulley won't rotate?

If so, the battery is dying because there's no alternator to keep it charged up, so there's no electricity to keep the computer and spark plugs working, and the engine then dies.

An alternator pulley that won't rotate means the bearings inside the alternator have frozen up solid.

The only fix is a new alternator, and probably a new belt. You might need a new battery too, if the battery has been discharged too much and damaged.

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When driving the radio died then the car died wouldnt start again wont even turn over


It sounds like your alternator went bad. The alternator is responsible for keeping your battery charged and at full power. If it goes bad, your battery eventually drains and things start to shut down.
Get your alternator and battery tested, I'm sure you'll find the alternator has died.

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if your battery died while driving and the car cut off while your driving,, your problem is from your alternator!!!,, on a normal working car, you can start, remove ther battery terminals and the car would still run cause the alternator will be powering the car. In your case the alternator isnt working and the car was working on battery power therefore when the battery went dead the car cut off.. Your alternator need \s to be charging between 13.5 and 14.2 volts.. as little as 10 volts will keep the vehicle running.. I'd suggest you have the alternator replaced.

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The alternator is what keeps your car running once it's cranked. It also recharges the battery for the next crank. It's either your alternator can't produce enough power to keep the car running. Your fuel filter is dirty. Your air filter isn't allowing air flow. If it sputters before it dies it could also be the O2 sensor.

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