Question about 1989 Pontiac Firebird
2005 Chrysler Town & Country....80,000 miles.
I came out of work yesterday & my car would not start. A co-worker gave me a jump & the car ran fine. I tried to start it again last night (about 3 hours after I last used it) & again the car wouldn't start. I let it sit overnight & tried again this morning, the car started right up (maybe a little slower than usual). Do you think this is the battery or the altenator? How can I perform a test at home without a voltage reader thingie? Not too sure of the engine size (3.3 I think).
You can start the car and unhook the battery if it keeps running the altenator is good if it cuts off the altenator is bad.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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