Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
There are different opinions although Chrysler components as a alternator do not have a voltage regulator look for it or ask for it that may well be your problem hope it helps you
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
If all of the electrical components are OK a sneaky problem is sometimes that the engine is not properly grounded. Make sure that the engine is grounded to the frame, and that all of the ground wires are connected.
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I can't tell you exactly what is wrong because there is too much involved at this point, what with 2 shops working with it, but I can give you some advise on what else to check. On the alternators and the wiring that supports them a small volt charge is taken off one of the slip rings, where the brushes ride, for the purpose of turning out the light. As I remember, this is a yellow wire that runs back to the dash.
To the alternator, it would be one of the wires that plug into the side of the alternator case.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
where did you get your alternator? mine broke a couple weeks ago and the new one from o'rilies was bad off the shelf.. i would take it back off and have whoever you got it from test it..
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
more than likely a bad crank sensor but not knowing if there are codes might also be a cam sensor,it is deffently a electrical componet problem hot soak of the motor will break down bad electrical sensors,
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Here are a couple of ideas for you to try. First check in the power ditribution box under the hood, there is a fuse for the charging system, either use a circuit tester or just pull each fuse one at a time. Usually it is a 10 amp fuse as it is on my 94 cherekee. if you find any bad fuses replace them with same type and amperage. you should also check the fuse box on the right side of the dash, door has to be open for acess to the cover on the end of the dashboard, check all of those fuses also. If you live near an AUTOZONE auto parts store, take your jeep there and they can test your alternator on the vehicle , or you can remove it from vehicle and take it inside, they can bench test it. If you have a volt meter you can test it yourself, start vehicle, set meter to volts at least 20 or higher , place black probe on negative post on battery, red on positive, look at readout, a good alternator will put out 13.5 to14.0 volts, which is how much it takes to run vehicle and accesories and charge battery. If alternator doesn't put out 13.5 to 14.0 volts it is defective. I hope these ideas help.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: F350 2004 6.0 brand
The first thing I would do is remove the alternater and take it to an auto parts store and have them check it. If the alternater is working good, then check the belts are routed and have the right tension. Either of these can keep the battery from charging. It's very common that a rebuilt alternater isn't working properly. If all these things are correct, check the live wire to the alternater is live. If it isn't alive you have problems in the wiring and I would take it to a mechanic.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
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