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SOURCE: elec problem between alternator and battery

The Problem was that the plug-in that goes into the altenator was not getting a good conection. Drove the van after that I had it fixed and the battery light came back on and I checked the altenator and the plug-in had fallen completly off. Plugged it back in and made sure that it snapped in completly and now it is fine.

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SOURCE: When accelerating alternator light comes on.

Possible loose or worn alternator belt. Check the condition of the belt. If it's worn, replace it. If it's just loose, tighten it up.

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SOURCE: 2000Silverado 5.3 Battery light is on

Something is draining your battery overnight and once you start running it, it recharges your battery. If you have anything plugged into your cigarette lighter, unplug them. Unplug anything that you can, like if you have an amplifier for your stereo or anything else. Tonight unhook your negative terminal, and then hook it up in the morning and if it is ok, then you know that is definitely your problem.

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I HAVE A 2003 PT CRUISER AND THE BATTRY LIGHT IS ON NEW BATTERY NEW ALT AND THEY SAY IT IS THE VOLTAGE REG


The PT cruiser uses a field signal from the PCM to regulate the voltage. If you are not getting approximately 14 volts at the battery terminals when the engine is running, either:
  1. The replacement alternator is faulty.
  2. The generator field control signal from the PCM is faulty.
  3. The Fusible Link between the alternator and the Starter Motor (which is also the same electrical point as the battery positive terminal is open.
Use the diagram below and check the alternator output at the point labeled "A11 6 BK/GY" If this is 14 volts and there is not 14 volts at the battery terminals, then the Fusible link is bad. If there is no voltage or way less than 15 volts at the alternator, then the alternator or the PCM field signal is bad. Ensure the connector from the PCM is connected properly.


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Sep 27, 2015 | 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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2003 intrepid electrical problems no radio no trunk or blinkers.just put in new alternator,still no change


Check the old alt. to see if it is really bad . next , run the engine and check the new alt. output . place volt meter across the battery terminals , shoul read 14 to 14.5 volts , if it is not , the new alt. is bad if it is ok the battery is probably bad

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Alternator not charging


is it charging at 14.9 ? 14. any thing is at 1000rpms ( no lights or radio etc working) 13.23 to 13.86 volt is good enough to charge battery. what is the charge rate.

Jan 30, 2014 | Acura CL Cars & Trucks

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Erratic battery light flash.Battery is only 1 month old,and just had a brand new alt. put on,and all was good except it whined like a super charger,so Oreilly's refunded alt and labor.Put the other alt...


It's likely an issue with the power or ground wire.

Corrosion can make strands unable to carry voltage.

I suggest replacing the wiring.

Thanks!

Sep 17, 2011 | 2003 Ford Escape

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Battery light on; then the instrument cluster goes


may be a bad alt check voltage while running should be about 14 volts

Jan 20, 2010 | 2003 Ford Focus

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Check engine light, battery light come on and stay on. After a week the jeep will not start. New battery, alernator and computer. Seems to be cranking too much voltage, when lights come on a meter on the...


You have a problem in the regulator. (or field wire is grounded somewhere) Check which alt you have (some have external regulators) If internal, and field is not grounded, then alt has to come out (defective)

May 07, 2009 | 1995 Jeep Cherokee

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Battery light on


It is possible that the extra demand placed upon the charging system finally blew the alternator.
You need to have the charging system checked,,or check the output yourself with a volt meter (should be around 14-15 volts) test must be done with the car running.
If the voltage reads up to 14 or 15 volts then it would indicated a short in the dash control circuit.

Jan 30, 2009 | 1990 Pontiac Bonneville

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When accelerating alternator light comes on.


check the engine ground wire (grounds from the engine to the body.) I had this problem on a ford ranger.

Jan 24, 2009 | 1999 Ford Contour

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Elec problem between alternator and battery


Rest at ease the 14 volts will not hurt your system idealy your alt will charge at around 14 to 14,5 volts at the alternator and probably have a slightly lower charge rate at your battery at around 14 to 13.5 at the battery this is completely normal

Jan 22, 2009 | 1997 Dodge Caravan

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