Yes, this situation could have something to do with the alternator. It could also have something to do with the solenoid, and the spark plugs as well.
It is on because there is a problem with the charging system. Most likely the alternator is defective.
Suspect low battery reserve (almost dead), alternator may not be recharging battery either due to low battery level insuffucient to energize alternator field windings or alternator/wire fault probable causing low battery in first place. Battery volt meter drops because alternator not recharging, Flasher speeds up when load drops through flasher, engine stalls because insufficent reserve on battery to run engine electronics. If battery ok to start motor: then suspect fault/connection in power wire to engine bay electronics or alternator. initial starting point from my diagnostic point of view
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could be a bad battery wire
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bad connection to the battery just replace the connecters and tighten them down and whala Have the alternator checked, the voltage regulator could be going bad. Also check your belts, If they have some age to them they could be sliping at differant speeds.
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The engine control module "learns" how to set the idle speed. When you disconnect the battery the engine control module loses that memory and it has to be reset. To regain the setting drive the car for several miles at moderate speeds and it is reset.
The distance is 407.66 miles, time frame is roughly 6.27 hours traveling at speeds of 65 miles an hour, and 5.44 hours when traveling at speeds of 75 miles an hour.
No. As long as radio, light, and X-rays are all traveling through the same stuff, their speeds are the same.
Because the mediums are Traveling at different speeds.
They dim at idle speed because the headlight is run off of the stator, not the battery. At lower engine speed, the rotor is spinning slower and therefore generating less electricity. Most vehicles run the lights off of the battery, and all of the charge out of the generator or alternator recharges the battery, but not the CT70. The tail lights and some accessory lights run off the battery on the ct70.
It is possible that there is more than one reason for the symptoms you describe. However, this problem is fairly common and can be caused by the fact that the belt driving the alternator maintains a decent grip at "normal" rpm [revoultions per minute], but begins to slip as the engine is accelerated. Under the right conditions, the slippage will result in the rpm of the alternator reducing to almost nothing, which results in the electrical output being reduced by a relative amount, and if the slip should result in the alternator comming to a full stop, then there would be no electrical output. Check the alternator drive belt and pulley[s] for signs of "glazing", polishing, slippage, and for proper tension adjustment. Good luck. generally this indicates that the alternator neds repairing Answer 2 hardly ever is correct. IF the alternator is working normally at normal speeds and engine rpms, then that means the alternator is working, and does not need repair. answer 3 is wrong the alternator and battery make up the echarching circuit in a vehicle.with a bad alternator the car can run at idle. when revved up a bad alternator does not supply enough current to run a vehicle and charge a battery when the battery is low,especially in the new vehicles full of electronic crap, the alternator wont keep up with the demand, thereby draining the battery. then the car dies
Normal cause is electrical noise in the APPS circuit, dirty battery cables, dirty ground locations, and bad alternator brushes can all be the cause.
It causes the vehicle to arrive at its destination in less time.
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A worn alternator belt, loose alternator belt or bad alternator belt tensioner.
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Yes, but the energy to do it is not free - your gas mileage goes down, etc. Since your car already has an alternator that provides the electric power during operation and recharges the battery (at any speed), I think this is a problem you don't need to fix.
Different weights and traveling in opposite directions.
There could be several signs that a battery is bad [failing or failed]. * It is dead, has no ability to provide power * Decreased or reduced speeds of motors attached to the battery * Intermittent operation of devices powered by the battery * The battery will not "take," or hold a charge.