My 1990 maxima will not charge. both the battery and alterator have been tested and are working but for some reason my alternator is not charging my battery. i there any fuse links or anything that might have caused the connection to be lost? any help would be great
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Battery light on may mean alternator is not charging, thus engine is running off only battery power = weak spark and bad curent to ECM. Fix battery issues and should run better. Brake light separate issue I think.
Hello dpkommineni: My name is Roger and I will answer your question. The problem you described is that of a car not charging the battery. You need to have the charging system tested. The alternator should charge between 13.5 to 14.5 volts. Anything less then 12.5 the battery will go dead. Since the weather is hot any use of the head lamp and A/C the battery would die fairly fast. I would also have the battery tested. Should the battery have a open cell then it would not take a charge from the alternator.
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the hood should stell open no matter what un less the cable is broke i have the same car all that happens when the alarm is set off is the horn blows and the lights flash it doint stop the hood from oping