Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Check to see if you have a ground cable from the battery to the engine block. Then using a volt meter check the voltage coming from the altenator to the battery. Voltage should be 14-15 volts. There again the engine needs a solid ground from the battery. With ground attached to engine and you tested it and found that the voltage was not as i described then the altenator is at fault. Be sure the radio and a/c is turned off during test. hope this will help you.
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