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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on the field wires ones a posative and one a negative and the single post gets connected to a wire that runs straight to the main fuse box in the engine compartment then is fused to another wire that goes to the battery have that fuse checked it could be your problem as far as the feild wires the positive side only works when you start the vehicle up to engage the field
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
I finally got mine fixed!! It was the crossover wires between headlights(the wires that run in front of the radiator). One wire was torn into. Spliced them and taped back together. Hope this works for you!! I also used something called wire caps that help hold the spliced wires together. I found this solution on yahoo.com search engine where someone else had suggested this. My only problem was no dim lights, but all the other lights worked fine.
Posted on May 11, 2009
make sure all those spots the wire daisy chains too arent corroded and clean and shiny bright, check all your connections and check that theres no corrosion on the bolts or mounting points. other then that you may just have a bad alternator again, autozone parts arent always the best
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
I would think there's a short in the circuit somewhere that's draining the battery.
Does it have a voltage regulator? It's possible that the power generated by the alternator isn't recharging the battery.
It's also possible that one of the terminals on the alternator isn't connected properly, I had that happen in my hot rod once and it cost me a bundle to find out it was bad connector i could have fixed for 5$
I hate electrical problems.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
There is not fuse for the speakers themselves. The speakers maybe blown out. I would take a speaker out and connect it to the home stereo and see if it works. I would check to see if the speakers are plugged in also.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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