Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe
How do I test my alternator with my multimeter? Four small prongs on the back and the connection to the positive side of the battery. Where do I put the test leads and under what conditions and what should I read on the meter?
It wont turn over
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
Set your multimeter to 20 volts and put red lead to the positive out of the alt. and the black lead to the neg. side of the battery or the frame.
It should read 13.8 - 14.6 volts. Don't try to test the AMPs, as this will blow out your multimeter.
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