Question about 1991 Dodge Ramcharger
I had the same problem, the computer controls the charge, i had to install an external voltage regulator
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
One should never disconnect either terminal of the battery when the motor is running- this is likely to cause serious damage to alternator/regulator and any other electronics on the vehicle.
The alternator cannot provide a stable charge current without connection to the battery, - the alterator voltage output can spike in excess of a few hundred volts!
Unlikely to be the fusible link, as I assume you have power to the rest of the vehicle -such as lights etc.
Check dash indicator 'BAT' or 'CHG' lamp lights when Ignition on prior to starting motor,
Battery terminal voltage should be 14.0 - 14.5V with engine running and headlights on.
Ensure battery terminals are clean and firmly attached - ensure chassis ground is properly connected and alternator is properly earthed.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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