Question about 1991 Dodge Ram
Check the simple stuff first. Battery cables and the ground wires and cable ends. Check the back of the alternator with a volt meter and make sure that the alternator is putting out around 14v. If you have good voltage there, check it again at the positive side of the battery, again you should have around 14v. If you don't have 14v then your problem is the battery feed wire from the alternator to the battery.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
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