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Generator Light Replaced battery and light did not come on. The next day it came after traveling for about 30 minutes. What else should we check? Battery cables, alternator, belts, etc.

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Alternator can have bad brushes in it. They are not hard to replace if autozone sells them.
Otherwise it can also be a fuse which leads from alternator to battery.

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2002 LeSabre, has check charging system light on, battery tested good, replaced alternator, everything checked out ok. drove down the street and light comes on again and car dies, what next?


Check heavy gage wire on the back of the alternator for B+ voltage ?
When the engine is running, the generator turn on signal is sent to the generator from the PCM, turning on the regulator. PCM - engine computer . Take the vehicle to a qualified repair shop an have it checked for DTC'S
DTC B1327
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The PCM monitors the system voltage to make sure that the voltage stays within the proper range. Damage to components, and incorrect data input can occur when the voltage is out of range. The PCM monitors the system voltage over an extended length of time. If the PCM detects a system voltage outside an expected range for the calibrated length of time, DTC P0560 will set.
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• The PCM will not illuminate the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL).

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2004 Nissan Altima 3.5L BATTERY LIGHT went on during 15 minute drive. Next day car "died" while idling after a 20 minute drive. BRAKE WARNING LIGHT & BATTERY LIGHT on prior to full electrical failure.


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The battery light means the alternator is not charging the battery. The charging system would need to be checked out when the light is on.

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A flashing AC light is usually a sign of a slipping belt which is almost always caused by a worn belt tensioner

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2005 Ford Freestar SEL battery light coming on


take it to an accredited auto electrician for a charging system check including the voltage regulator and wiring conditin
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1990 Ford Thunderbird SC Battery light is on most of the time. Mechanic said battery is overcharging but doesn't know why. It gets very warm to the touch after about 20-30 minutes of driving. Could...


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1998 Dodge Avenger Battery drained. Auto repair shop tested alternator and said the problem is the battery. I had the battery tested and recharged it was OK. Next day, internal lights work in the car, not...


I'm not sure where you got your alternator tested, but recently I was in the same situation with my 1998 avenger and the alternator was at fault

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check dome light, glove box light, trunk light. anything that might have power to it all the time.
Greg

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