Question about Chrysler 300M
Alternator may have an internal short...remove it and have it tested. Also make sure to check the wire that smoked and any other fusible links to make sure they have not burned through and are no longer carrying voltage. Pay attention to wiring when putting it back together...any big sparks etc when re-attaching battery lead indicates you still have a short somewhere.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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