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93 Jaguar XJ6 ALternator not charging - 1993 Jaguar XJ6

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  • strohall Aug 01, 2009

    The alternator has been bench tested by to different auto stores. I don't see the coil in the wiring diagram. How and where does it fit into the charging system?

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You'll have to check the alternator to be sure .Because if it is not charging it means that the current goes in. But it does not go around the alternator . It means that there is a wire from the coil that is not connected .You should disconnect the alternator to your car for inspection.

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    ronald jimenez Aug 02, 2009

    If it is not functioning or charging its hot that's why it not charging .if you don 't see any coil or wires you should try using tester to check the wires . Its not supposed to be charge like battery . it charge it means to function that current go in the alternator. then the alternator will function.

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