Most likely an electrical or computer problem. Not sure what an air brake dummy light is for, or why you car would have an air brake, but the abs could be anything from a sensor at one of the wheels, to the abs module itself freaking out. If you have no problems with the battery discharging, or anything, stick with investigating the ABS problems.
We replaced the alternator on 2 different vehicles. It was around $175 for each.
The regulator is in the engine computer not the alternator.
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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.
Inside the alternator, some are easily replaced and some are soldered in place.
In most cases an alternator will last well over 100,000 miles
Loosen the tensioner bolt on your 1997 Kia alternator. Move the alternator to the left. The alternator belt will become loose and can be replaced.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1995 Chrysler LHS alternator. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. The alternator will come off and can be replaced with the new alternator.
The 1995 Infinity alternator can be replaced by removing the alternator belt. Removing the wiring harness from the back of the alternator. Removing the alternator retaining bolts. Put the new alternator on and reverse the process.
The alternator tell, can be replaced by loosening the tensioner pulley. With the tensioner pulley loose the belt will easily come off and can be replaced.
The voltage regulator on all Escorts is inside the alternator. It is an integral part of the alternator and the alternator has to be replaced to fix it.
The voltage regulator in the alternator can cause issues like this when they start to go bad. The voltage regulator is an integrated part of the alternator and cannot be replaced, if it is bad, the entire alternator must be replaced.
Maybe the batter is dead or you got another bad alternator.
Sometimes, but not always, the alternator will whine loudly when it's malfunctioning.
alternator needs to be replaced. battery also might be a problem due to the alternator not charging it
No, because it is built into the alternator.
Something can be taxing the work of the alternator, or the alternator can be weak and needs replaced.
Alternator is not charging. Have it tested and/or replaced.
The alternator on a Chrysler 300m can be replaced by disconnecting the battery, removing the wiring harness from the alternator, and then unbolting it from the mounts. The drive belt can then be slipped off and a new alternator put into place.
The drive belt on the alternator of a 94 Toyota Corolla won't turn if the bearing has seized. The alternator will need to be replaced.
The alternator is going bad, may need to be replaced soon
The alternator on a 2004 Suzuki Forenza is replaced by removing the alternator belt, loosening the retaining bolts, and disconnecting the wiring harness. The alternator can then be removed from its mounts and a new one installed.
The alternator on a Ford E150 van is replaced by loosing the retaining bolts, removing the belt, disconnecting the wiring harness, and unbolting the alternator. A replacement alternator can then be put into place and reattached.
The alternator in a car may need to be replaced if some simple signs are noticed. A noise may originate from under the hood, or lights in or on the car may dim or flash.
The alternator belt on a 1994 Eclipse is replaced by loosening the alternator bolts, moving the alternator downward, and slipping the belt off. A new belt is then routed around the other accessories, placed on the alternator, and the bolts tightened.