Question about 1998 Dodge Avenger
Check the positive wire from the battery to the power distribution and starter locations and make sure you don't have any bare spots allowing a short. If that is good then take the alternator out and have it tested. Either the Alternator or the voltage regulator are malfunctioning. The voltage regulator is incorporated into the Alternator. Auto Zone, Pep Boys and Advance Auto can test this for you. If either is bad replace it. If the Alternator checks out then you need to check teh relays in the power Distribution center under the hood and the main bus at that location.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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