Question about Pontiac Catalina
Yes, it could be the wiring. It could also be the alternator or the battery.
A trip to an auto parts store could indicate which or rule them out.
Ask for a "Load Test" on the battery. This 5 sec, Pass-Fail test tells whether a battery is capable of holding a charge sufficient to start an engine.
Many auto parts stores also perform bench tests on alternators. Again, pass or fail. It's easier to check it with a multimeter. +13.5VDC or above is fine.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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