Question about 1993 Pontiac Grand Prix
Posted by Anonymous on
your alternator is not producing enough current to supply all the power needed . I would start by testing the output of your alternator but getting a charged battery , hook it up to your car and turn the car on , turn the lights on only and see when you accelerate in neutral gear that the light become brighter . If this is the case your alternator is in good order .you then may have a short circuit somewhere or faulty earth which does need to be rectified by making sure all cables to the chassis are well tighten . If the light do not become brighter , your alternator is dead and need replacing .
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