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Fuesable link blown part of the positive battery cable

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It sounds like the Altenator. If the bench test was done properly and it ism good then some thing is wrong between the Alt. and the battery. A simple test is to start the car and disconnect the Neg. battery cable if the car keeps running your charging system is good.This probably means you have a draw on your battery with the car off. If it dies power is not getting from the Alt. to the electrical system check all the wires. I have had charging systems checked before and knew that they were not doing it right and had to ask for someone else to do the test over. If you don,t know about these things your self then maybe a trip to the dealer. You will pay more but you know the test will be done right. Good luck.

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it sounds like you have blown fuse to the Alternator.. I don't know what car you are talking about but they charging systems vary.. But if alternator isn't getting all the power it needs it won't charge. this should be checked.

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Alternator appears to not be charging the battery. No error indications, everything is working but I had a dead battery (which took a charge and is at 12.4 volts on its own). Multimeter does not go up...


Batterys sometimes get sulfated and throw off any charge given them. replacing the battery is the first course I would take. Then check the alternator output. It should have a voltage of 13.0-13.8v for a normal charging battery. Internal voltage regulators are set to keep the battery charged when all the devices are being used. Check the large nut at the back of the alt to see what that voltage is. It holds the large cable to the battery to the output terminal of the alt. Then check the small wire terminal for power when the ignition switch is turned on. This activates the alt to turn on and charge the battery. Sometimes there is a mega fuse in the main fuse/relay center under the hood for the alt, check that also. Problem should be fixed now. I presume vou've already checked the cables are clean and not corroded to the battery, that will mess up everything all by itself.

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I got 04 ford focus good battery alternator but no charge also i check fuse box next t the battery and the other inside the car everything is good but my alternator still dont charge


1) check 10A fuse in the batt. juction box (eng. comp.) hot at all times.
2) check the large red battery wire to the alt. for good conn.
3) make sure the alt. is grounded properly
4) gray wire sent from the alt. to the PCM
5) blue wire sent from the PCM to the regulator (alt.)
6) small red wire power frorm the 10A fuse
if all checks out and still not charge replace the alt.

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Dead Batt (poss. Alternator?)


Likely you did this already but check fuses in power distribution box near battery (likely two 60a fuses for alt in there). Additionally, was alternator regulator tested or was alt "full fielded" for test. (regulator failure will prevent power made at alt from reaching the battery). Also, check continuity of leads going to alternator to make sure they're OK.

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