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Alternator not charging


The starter would have nothing to do with the alternator not charging. You most likely need a new alternator and possibly a new battery. At the very least, the battery will need to be charged 100% before running with a new alternator.

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If the problem began when (or soon after) installing the new starter, start checking there. Ensure that all cables to the starter are tight. As a second possibility, if the new starter was actually a rebuilt replacement, the solenoid could be faulty. (I went through three rebuilt starters on my son's truck until we got one that worked properly.)

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There's a problem some where in the starter circuit or starter motor /solenoid etc.Check for bad ground frayed cable loose cable
neutral/start switch needs adj. starter pinion jammed.If it started the first time after the new battery and then not the alternator may not be charging.The charging rate should be checked when the battery is replaced.If the headlights are very bright and the radio sounds loud and clear then the battery is not discharged.It should read a full 13volts if tested with a meter.

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My 1993 cadillac eldorado is cranking slow and i just change the alternator


If the battery is fully charged but the starter is slow, the starter may have an internal short or may just be worn out. Make sure your battery is fully charged and the battery terminals are clean and tight though before buying a new starter.

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How long have you had the battery for? The clicking sound is usually associated with a dead or low battery where there isn't enough power for the starter to crank so it clicks. Test the battery again as it should read 12V plus/minus .2V
If the battery is good, then the starter solenoid, starter cables or the starter motor itself could be a problem.

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Installed a new car battery yesterday and now the car will not start. I used jumper cables thinking that maybe the new battery wasn't charged enough,did not get a response at all. Could it be a blown fuse?...


It may be bad or dirty connections to the battery,starter or a fuse link located right on the wire to starter itself that is the culprit, make sure the battery is fully charged,clean all connections and then if problem persists inspect the wires from the starter solenoid for bad fuse links on wires, if all this fails to solve the problem replace the starter solenoid then the starter after trying a new starter soleniod.

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1994 jaguar xjs just clicks when i try to start it-battery is new. The starter bad?code was RR39


If there is a power drain - new battery or old - it needs to be well charged to start the car..
If the batt is charged well - it could be the starter solinoid or the starter..
However - the typical "clicking sound" is usually a low battery..
IF the batt is low - could be the charging sytem or a power drain ..

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Battery not charging


I would check the altenator again. if you didnt disconnect the battery and a spark shot off while installing the new starter it could have decharged the spool on the inside of the altenator to where the spool no longer charges. if you have the altenator checked for consistant charging and it comes up good check the relay for the altenator it most like will have messed up the relay. to make a long solution short check the relay for the altenator it will be in the relay box under the hood.

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check your starter.This is based on a new battery should be fully charged.

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Where is starter located on 2004 chrysler pacifica???


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Look around the "back" of the engine beside the transmission. The Starter connects to the flywheel to start the engine.
If you are replacing the starter you may want to consider doing this first;
) Have the charging system checked. Many auto parts stores and Sears will do this for free.
) Clean the battery terminal/connectors.
) Check the wiring from the battery to make sure it's good.

If you replace the starter yourself;
) Does your car have an anti-thief alarm ? If so find how to reset it if the battery is disconnected. Some alarms will shut down the car if the battery is disconnected !!
) DISCONNECT THE BATTERY.
) Disconnct the wiring to the starter.
) Remove the bolts holding the starter. Remove the harder one to reach first.
) Pull out the old starter.
) Put it the new starter.
) Bolt the new starter in. Put the easier bolt to reach first.
) Connect the wiring to the new starter.
) Re-connect the battery.
) If necessary reset the thief alarm.
) Take the old starter back for a core charge refund.

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