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I believe that this wireless radio operates in the 2.4Ghz range, so I would recommend trying to have it in a "line of sight" to the wireless access point if possible. If you have the ability to change it to the 5Ghz range/connect to a 5Ghz SSID you should do so. This will cut down on the interference from metal and other structures.
You can download a Wifi analyzer app for your phone that should help you determine what you have in the 5Ghz range if anything, and what the SSID is.
there are only 3 parts. but the causes are 25 or more.
1: belt missing slipping,
2: engine rpm below 800 RPM (lots of ways ,ask )
3: ALT had.
4: wiring to ALT bad.
5: bad battery or its connections, (wires)
6: bad fuse. see fuse link a11? on fFM page 20?
7: car is PCM alt controlled, it can be bad too. see 2 field wires on ALT and PCM on page 20? below?
8: battery temp sensor bad. making PCM think battery overheats.
the fSM covers all tests above.
pick car here, then pick charging.
5 alternators used on the 5 diffr.engines. got the wrong one?
the see wiring diagrams at end and chapter 20 inside, charge.
pdf page 118 for gas engine, if diesel next few.
dont guess. ouch, the FSM shows all connector pin outs in the rear. you never said the year. nor country diff, countries have different harness colors.?????? my 04' FSM shows. 2 wires. (not counting case and big wire) the 2 plug. called A11 plug. a11 pin 2 white red. charge lamp. a11 pin1 black white,,, IG fuse.
but where are the, page 9a-16 shows that. harness side, key up, locking key up 1, 2 , X ( x is blank socket pin) left to right. 1 blk-wh 2 whit red,
CHARGING SYSTEM The charging system is an integral part of the battery and starter systems. Since all of these systems work together, any diagnosis and testing should be done in conjunction.
The charging system is protected by a 12 gauge fusible link located in the A11 circuit. This fusible link is between the generator and the starter.
The generator ground is provided through a case ground in the generator to its attaching bracket. This generator uses a voltage regulator internal to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
When the vehicle is running, battery voltage is applied to the generator field terminal through the A142 circuit. This circuit is the output from the contact side of the Automatic Shut Down (ASD) relay. The ground, or voltage regulated side, of the generator field is controlled by the K20 circuit which connects to cavity 4 of the PCM connector.
When there is current present in the field, and the rotor is turning, the stator in the generator produces a B+ voltage that is supplied to the battery through the A11 and A0 circuits. The A11 circuit is connected to the output terminal of the generator and connects to the engine starter motor battery feed terminal. The A0 circuit is a direct feed line from the battery and connects to the engine starter motor.
Grounding for the system is accomplished at the battery negative terminal. These grounds connect to the engine and body.
HELPFUL INFORMATION Inspect for a blown fusible link in the A11 circuit between the generator and the starter motor. other Fusible link goes from the starter to the alternator.Thanks. Keep updated for
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