Question about Chrysler 300M
Sounds like alternator if the battery is not staying charged or the output from alternator the big red wire is lost connection to battery +.
a voltmeter you can check with across battery and it should show minimum 13.8 volts minimum to be charging.
if the battery is low it should show 14.7 volts if it shows 12 volts or less with lights heater etc running then alternator is not charging.
You can get a cheap volt ohm meter from radio shack or walmart and use the DC setting 20 volt scale on meter and start the car and turn on everything and put the test leads of meter across battery terminals and see what the voltmeter says.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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