Question about 1990 Chevrolet C1500
While the car is running...the battery should give you at least 14 volts...
if it gives less...you might need to check the alternator...
if the alternator is bad...it wont charge the battery and then the car will die...
if its giving the right amount of volts...
then try to bypass the starter...bring a screw driver and touch the battery terminal on the starter with any ground connection on the vehicle...if it starts...then the starter is not good...if it doesn't start...then you might have a electrical problem...
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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