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97 lincoln continental won't charge

I have changed the alternator.battery, checked the Mega fuse all good no charge.

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    dean decarli Apr 18, 2009

    thanks for your advice, I found the problem it was #5 fuse under the dash for the instament panel idiot lights.

  • SonsFC May 02, 2009

    Got the same problem. Alternator checked 3 times at 3 different places, as well as the new battery. Fuse #5 and Fuse #20 are good. Have battery voltage at alternator trip (connector at the alternator). Ground wire is good to ground on the connector also. No ground faults found. Alternator only shows battery voltage, no charging voltage.

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You should have 12 volts at battery with engine off.
should have about 14 volts if charging.
what are you getting?

check fuse 20 in power distribution box on left side of engine compartment.

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