Check for a bad fusable link at alternator
battery hooked up backward, wires crossed somewhere or it could be the solenoid.
Starter Ignition Neutral switch
Disconnect the 1988 Century battery. Remove the alternator battery. Disconnect the alternator wiring, then unbolt the alternator. Bolt in the new alternator, then reverse the procedure to finish the installation.
disconnect the battery. Remove the alternator belt then disconnect the wires. Unbolt the alternator and remove. Bolt the new alternator in then connect the wires, belt, and battery.
run it and then disconnect the negative wire from the battery if alternator dies its bad.
The computer only resets when the battery is removed. The alternator just charges the battery, so if the battery is left connected when the alternator is replaced, the computer should not reset.
I have the exact same pproblem with a 1988 tempo, replaced the alternator and battery, still the alternator only reads 5 volts when running. Can't figure it out, do you know of any websites that would have a diagram of the alternator for a tempo?
Disconnect battery. Disconnect wires from alternator. Loosen bolts and remove belt. Remove bolts holing alternator in place.
Disconnect the battery negative. Loosen the belt and remove it from the alternator pulley. Disconnect all wires from the alternator. Unbolt the alternator from the bracket. Remove the alternator.
Disconnect the battery. Take the alternator belt off. Disconnect the wiring and unbolt the alternator. Reverse the process to reinstall.
Disconnect the battery and just remove the bolts holding the alternator, disconnect the wire connection and remove the alternator.
Disconnect the battery. Remove the alternator belt. Disconnect the wiring on the alternator, then unbolt and remove the unit. Bolt the new alternator in place and connect the wiring. Install the belt and connect the battery back up.
Start the car and while it is running, disconnect the positive cable from the battery. If the car stalls, the alternator is bad.
I have '94 and it right by your battery. 1st you need to disconnect your battery then you need to get wires leading to your solenoid. then you can disconnect those, finally you can need to unscrew the mounts. there you go
* Disconnect the neagtive battery cable * Remove the alternator drivebelt * Disconnect the electrical connector from the alternator * Remove the rubber weather boot from the alternator B+ terminal nut,remove the nut and disconnect the battery cable from the B+ terminal * Remove the nut from the alternator mounting stud,remove the the two alternator mounting bolts and remove the alternator
4.0L Engines V6 # Disconnect negative battery cable # Remove alternator drivebelt # Disconnect the electrical connector from the alternator # Remove the rubber weather boot from the alternator B+ terminal nut,remove the nut and disconnect the battery cable from the B+ terminal # Remove the nut from the alternator mounting stud,remove the two alternator mounting bolts and remove the alternator 4.6L Engines V8 # Disconnect negative battery cable.Remove the air intake duct # Remove the four alternator monting bracket bolts # Remove the drivebelt # Remove the two lower alternator mounting nuts from the mounting studs # Tilt the alternator forward to access the electrical connectors on the backside of the alternator B+ terminal nut and disconnect the battery cable from the B+ terminal,then disconnect the electrical connector from the alternator
Is the battery/alt warning light on? if they didn't disconnect the battery while the starter was being replaced and they accidently shorted the battery cable out it could have damaged the regulator of the alternator some of the Delphi regulators are very sensitive to that, but if it tested normal at the parts place, does it run down while driving or while sitting?
Most Chrysler products will not run with the battery disconnected, This is not a sign that the alternator does not work nessisarly. disconnect the battery and leave it, see if the battery itself has an internal short, allso disconnect the alternator plug and wire and leave it sit, do one of these at a time and see if you can isolate the drain, could be a stuck relay or under hood light, glove box light or trunk light. Remove fuses one by one until you isolate the circut with the drain and go from there.
Disconnect the Regal battery. Remove the alternator belt. Disconnect the alternators wiring, then unbolt and remove the alternator. Reverse the procedures for installation.
Disconnect the battery ground, disconnect the wire from the back of the alternator which goes to the battery positive, unbolt the alternator from the bracket, detach any remaining wiring from the alternator, the replacement procedure is the same in reverse. It's a pretty simple task.
Disconnect the battery. Take the drive belt off of the alternator. Disconnect the wires from the alternators rear. Unbolt the alternator, remove, and install the new one. Reconnect the wires, belt, and battery to finish the installation.
may be on top of the starter and replaced with same. Follow the + battery cable it will connect to the solenoid