Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Take a volt meter and check to see how many volts are coming to the battery from the alternator. If you are getting less than 14 to 15 volts the alternator is causing the problem. Make sure that the radio/air conditioner/etc. is turned off before doing the testing. Hope this will help you.
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