Question about 1991 Dodge Ramcharger
Hi check the earth wire at the battery and also the wires to the rear of the starter motor and altenator, make sure they have good contacts and are not touching each other. also make sure the main battery earth wire has a good contact to the body.
It sounds like the altenator is charging but the charge is not getting back to the battery. make sure the altenator belt is tight.
Im not 100% if this model has a fuseable link, bt your along the right lines something is not connecting somewhere.
I have found this fault is most commonly a melted wire but they can be difficult to find. Sorry I couldnt be more specific. It is difficult without seeing the car.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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