Your problem may be due to a bad starter, not an alternator. An old, worn, or damaged starter will give the impression that there is not enough power to turn over the engine or give no responce at all as if the battery is dead. Then after it cools down it may be more willing to start. Give the starter a good tap with a tire iron while someone else turns the key when it won't start. Try your best to be syncronised with the ignition and tapping the starter. If it starts right up you got a bad starter. It may seem like a tap will get you by but it won't work for long.
check the wiring to the alternator it could be loose
Try refreshing, restart computer and try again, or Try again later. If that doesn't work then your out of luck.
It is the alternator. I have a 95 Monte Carlo and this has happened to me twice in the 3 years I've had the car. Each time I had to have the alternator replaced. The first time I had a problem with the alternator I took it to a shop and had it fixed. Two years later the alternator went out again without warning. That time we took it to a different shop and bought a new alternator with a three year warranty so it'll be free if it goes out two years later again.
Try again later or restart the internet, or even your computer.
this happened to me to. what is it?
Usually that means either, The battery has a dead cell and needs changing, The battery is being over taxed and is experiencing large voltage drops, or the alternator is malfunctioning. The alternator could be charging the battery and then not charging for a long period of time. This will cause the battery to get low pinging the warning light then later shutting off when the alternator starts charging again. There are many auto part stores you can take it to, for a free test of the battery and alternator.
call the guys on car talk.
It's absolutely normal! It happens to all girls. Nothing to worry about :)
sounds like electrical to me, try a new alternator and new battery. from the sounds of it, this should fix the problem.
I'm really trying to find the same info but not with much success. If your dog goes in to heat and bleeds her normal week-ish period and stops and then starts bleeding again a few days later - is this normal? I would really appreciate any advise...
Don't believe a word AutoZone tells you. My battery died so I went there and they tested my battery and alternator and told me it was the battery. So I bought a new battery and 2 days later, dead again. Went back and they tested again and THIS time, it was the alternator. I went nuts on them and ended up getting both my battery AND alternator for free for their mistake that left me stranded at 12am.
crank sensor is bad... it's under the harmonic balancer wheel by the oil pan
fuel pump getting hot, shutting off?
Sign of fuel pump going bad. Had the same problem. Good luck
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I can start my car fine, drive it for awhile, then its like after it gets warm it seems to stall, and shut off, then after tryin to restart a few times that battery acts as if its dead. I will sit there and wait for about 20-30 minutes and it will start right up like nothing happened, just to do it all over again. Can you tell me what the problem is?
Usually, it shouldn't restart automatically, ever... Unless, Windows was updating something, and sometimes, when the updating process is finished, some updates require a restart. Sometimes, it will ask you if you want to restart or not; usually it's either 'restart now' or 'later' (something like that). However, sometimes it will also put a time on it. ie 5 min. When the time ends, it will automatically restart.
Noone knows yet... it is still a big hit in the theaters... until it starts to stop then after that count about 4 weeks later
well, to put it in a positive way, i think it takes a butterfly at least 1 week then a week after, it hatches then another week later it makes its own Cacoon. then the life-cycle starts again and again and again...
yes . But if you have sex weeks before and you have sex weeks later your hole starts to close up . Then when you go to have sex again it may hurt all over again . Like it was your first time all over .
It means that a couple of days after the original injury you did something that reopened the wound
I would check your fuel filter...
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