Question about 2001 Chevrolet Camaro
If you have a voltmeter, you should see about 13.2 volts on the battery with the vehicle not running, you may have a bit less due to the issues you are experiencing. With the engine running you should see somewhere in the 14.4 - 14.6 area. Make sure all of accessories are turned off, heater/ac/radio/lights. If these two measurements are correct, then I would suggest having a load test made on the battery. It could be that it has ample voltage but when placed under load (such as starting the engine) that is beginning to fail. If you do not see the additional voltage when the engine is running, have your alternator/regulator checked for correct operation. Either one failing could cause the problem you describe. Most local auto parts stores will perform these checks for free. Let me know if this helps you out or not.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
I have a 2001 Camaro when i turn on the blinkers i lose power
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