check the wiring change the starter relay and clean ignition switch with electicial cleaner.
The alternator on a 1993 Dodge is regulated by the engine computer. You would have to find an aftermarket regulator and follow it's wiring schematic.The alternator on a 1993 Dodge is regulated by the engine computer. You would have to find an aftermarket regulator and follow it's wiring schematic.
All that would be left would be a short in the wiring to the alternator.
Defective battery, loose or corroded wiring.
i would check eBay or at salvage yards
The battery light comes on when the alternator output voltage is too low or too high. You have a wiring or regulator problem.The battery light comes on when the alternator output voltage is too low or too high. You have a wiring or regulator problem.
A short in the wiring.
No it would not change because it will always have the same amount of it with the weight and everything
: Hello, I assume from your question that your fusible link melted? I work on John Deere lawn and garden equipment for a living. I need more information as to when this happened to answer your question (i.e. you were mowing and it stopped, etc..). You said that you replaced the main wiring harness and solenoid and it still won't start. If your fusible link melted the main wiring harness does not include the headlight wiring harness and alternator (or stator) which could melt this as well if shorted. Joe
It would be best to remove the alternator and take it to an electrical shop.
well all the ice melted so that would of melted the ice ... talk about tsunami
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.
First have the battery checked, then perform a test where you observe a volt meter while you disconnect different systems in the vehicle, when you have stopped the drain you have found what is draining the battery. I would look first to the wiring harness where the alternator wires merge into it, i had a problem with mine and some melted insulation causing massive problems with the electronics. the alternator is always a good place to look.
Starter? Wiring? Neutral safety switch?
I would recommend to check for a short on the wiring to the alternator. Check the fuse box.
You should only change it, when it goes bad.
No. There would be a slight change in density, but not in mass.
Battery is completely discharged or is defective. loose alternator wiring or bad alternator.
no if your battery light is on and the brake light on then your alternator need to be change
It might have something to do with the alternator.......... or maybe there is a short in the wiring
If the alternator is good and the battery does not charge, then the battery may be bad. There could be problem with the electronics. You will need to take it to a place where they sell batteries. They have equipment to check out the battery and the wiring.
i paid 218 including alternator and labr. 159 for alternator and 45$ labor+ tax.
The positive cable between the alternator and the battery has an open circuit or break. There also is a set of wires that plug into the alternator that turns it on when the car is running. Wiring problems here can cause a alternator not to charge on the vehicle but works fine on a test stand. Some cars the alternator light in the dash causes the alternator to kick in when the engine is started. A burned out light in the dash causes the alternator not to charge.
there should be an alternator "plug" which consists of 2 wires that go to a plastic plug that snaps into the alternator. the wire lead should be a part of the engine wire harness located on drivers side firewall about 1 1/2 feet below wiper deck. the alternator itself has a screw off back side that can be removed for internal wiring issues related solely to the alternator itself. i would buy a manual from your local auto parts store (or order it in) for the 80 TA it should have a diagram for the alternator wiring with an exploded view.
Knowing the year, make and model vehicle you have would help but, if it has a crankshaft sensor maybe the sensor or the sensor wiring got damaged.