Question about 1995 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
Start by charging your battery fully and see how it runs from there, then connect a multimeter to battery and observe voltage as it's running. Make a note of voltage before you start it and watch to see if it drops as truck is running. Try a few accessories like heater etc, to see how bad it draws voltage down. If charging circuit and alternator are good, voltage should maintain or increase. Be sure to look for obvious things first like poor/dirty connections at battery and alternator, as well as belt condition and tension before you go spending money on a new alternator.
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