Question about 1999 Chevrolet Astro
That is telling you that your alternator is putting out way to much power and is over charging your battery. There are a few remedies to solve such a issue. One is to replace the ground wire going from the battery to the engine block wire a thicker wire. The second is to replace the Positive wire and down grade it that runs from the battery to the alternator. That last option is to replace the alternator. Alternators can have really only a few problems and the most common is of course just not charging the system at all. The second most common is over charging the system and causing the issue you that you are having. Basically your alternator is throwing out to much volts and needs to be kicked down a notch by one of the options that I gave you. Of course going with the new wiring is cheaper then replacing the alternator but that is of course a possibility for you to explore.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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