Question about 1998 Cadillac Seville
You need a volt meter. buy one at harbor freight if you do not have one. usually about $5.00 Set the selector switch on the meter at DC 20V There ae 2 wires/Leads that come off the meter a red one and a black one. Put the black one on the NEG - battery terminal. Put the red lead on the POS + battery post.. with the engine off it should read about 12 volts.. with the engine running it should read 14 Volts or better.. If it does not increase to 14 volts or so the charge is not getting to the battery.. could be as simple as a loose fan belt or a bad alternator, or a short in the wire between the alternator and the battery. let me know what you find..
Posted on May 12, 2014
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