Anything below 13 would not be holding enough charge but anything over 16 too much. So between 16 and 13. If you are at a smack dab 18 than it is over charging your battery. Hope this helps! I have a 93 Grand Prix
Remove the wiring harness from your 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager alternator. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
usually in alternator
hey, this is a easy answer? (NO)! why would you time it?? all it does is charge the battery!
How do you change the alternator on a 1992 BMW 318 I
The crankshaft sensor is on the side of the engine behind the alternator. It is mounted close to the oil filter,
A quick way to check alternator on any vehicle is while engine is running,carefully touch a screwdriver to the spinning part (armature) of the alternator. If it is magnatized, it is charging. If not then alternator is not charging. The voltage regulator (the thingy that tell the alternator to charge) is built into the alternator. Replace the whole thing with a rebuilt unit.
If the battey is dead it won't charge. But it sounds like the alternator is bad. If you're sure tha battery is good then it has to be alternator, wiring, connectors or switch.
14.3 to 14.6v dc
1 of all its called a serpentine belt and u have 2 jack up the engine
there is no alternator on the 1992 Lumina its all electric, so there is no need for one.
from a 1992 what please? in regards to your serpentine, the engine should, if your lucky have a diagram of how it goes.
if its got the same bolt pattern/plug connectors, it should.
1992 to 1997 should all be the same. The 1992-97 Mercury Grand Marquis should also be identical.
Here's an idea, take it to a mechanic....dont install big things that need to be professionally installed for your own safety.
alternator and od solonoid
The Charging system includes the alternator, either an internal or external voltage regulator, a charge indicator, the battery, a fusible link, and the wiring between all of the components.
I would check the idle speed on the vehicle...sometimes the rpm is so slow that it will not charge with the alternator. Check battery for charge
loosen tensioner bolt for alternator, remove belt, unplug all electrical connections.. remove bolt in rear of alternator should be able to pull it out after that, instalation is the reverse this is assumeing you have a 5sfe engine
you take out the alternator, and put a new one in.
I believe the '92 Metro has three wires (two in one connector, one in the other) to the alternator.
voltage reulater is usually a built in part of the alternator. if not in alternator it will be on the fire wall On a 1992 it is part of the engine computer.
if the belt just coems of its should eb about $40 not including towing and that is on a manual transmission
Was built for R12, should be converted to R134a