For keeping the battery charged while using the headlights, radio, a/c, etc.
Try applying parking brake
When a cars headlights, AC, and radio are losing power, it is possible the alternator.
It might fit but it will take you a while.
A vehicle alternator keeps the battery charged It allows you to use the vehicle accesories while driving ( headlights , radio , etcetera )
turn on the radio and push in the valume button while holding that in use the seek or that other one to change the time
Headlights should not be left on while the vehicle is not in use. If you are not driving, you will just drain your battery while having your headlights on.
how do i turn off the headlights of my toyota 4 runner 2000 while the car is off?
If it's raining enough for wipers on you have to have headlights on. Intermittent wiper its not required.
Yes - radio, spark plugs, headlights, tail lights, turn signals, overhead light, etc. All of these use electricity from the battery or alternator. If you have a radio with a clock, it uses electricity while the car is off - the battery provides the power. Same thing with leaving the headlights on when the car is off. The battery provides electricity to make them work.
The most likely cause of a 1992 Ford Aerostar stalling while idling is bad spark plugs. The plugs should be changed and the timing checked to resolve the problem.
Always have your headlights on