How to Diagnose a Faulty Alternator.?

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1. Test the battery voltage by attaching the leads from the digital volt/ohm meter to the battery terminals. The minimum battery voltage for proper operation of the electrical system is 12.5 volts, with the ignition switch in the off position. If the
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I guess that the first would be that your car wont start. Otherwise look for slow cranking, spinning but not engaging the flywheel, grinding noises, or possibly a click but no turn
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Look for slow cranking, spinning but not engaging the
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In the center of the engine with the noise cover removed there is a black plastic cover on top with fuel lines running down both sides front of engine and back of engine on the passengers
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