did you unhook the battery before replacing the alternator
You need to replaced the starter or the alternator.
It could be the alternator or an electrical issue
try replacing the alternator
Start replacing the 2000 s10 alternator by disconnecting the battery. Remove the air inlet hose, and the serpentine belt. Take off the bracket over the alternator if it has one. Unbolt the alternator and disconnect the wires. Reverse the procedure to install the new alternator.
is your battery in good condition and fully charged? is your starter good?
The same way you started it before replacing the battery.
As long as the battery is fully charged it will start no matter the condition of the alternator. Eventually the battery will run down if the alternator is not keeping it charged.
Yes, the battery starts the engine, and as long as the battery is fully charged the engine will start. The battery will loose it's charge if the alternator is defective and not replenishing the charge of the battery but the alternator has nothing to do with starting the engine.
Find out if you need fire or fuel then go from there. First thing you do. if car wont start. check the wires make sure they are attch good. if bettery is new and the Alternator is new. might possbile wire not attach good check that. or check the Fuse under the dash. have to check all and until you found it. good luck.
It will start if there is enough charge in the battery to turn the engine over. However if the alternator is weak then the battery will not be charged fully.
no. you might have to reset the clock and radio.
No, your battery supplies power to the starter. However if your alternator is defective then it will not supply power to the battery and the battery will soon be depleted.
it is your starter motor sticking, or could be your alternator but i think it is defo your starte motor.
MAYBE IT COULD BE A BAD SENSOR. IF IT IS RUNNING GOOD I WOULD JUST IGNORE IT.
the battery job is to start the car so the alternator will kick in after the car is running
Yes it can as long as the battery is charged . The purpose of the alternator is to put the power used back into the battery
Yes it can as long as the battery is charged . The purpose of the alternator is to put the power used back into the battery.
If the battery is fully charged and the starter is working properly it will turn over and start. The alternators sole purpose is to supply voltage to the vehicle and battery when the engine is running. When the engine is not running the alternator has nothing to do with starting the engine. If the alternator went bad and the battery was discharged then you will have to charge the battery before it will be able to start the engine. Do not jump start the engine with a dead battery if you can avoid it. This puts a strain on the alternator trying to recharge a dead battery and can damage the alternator, even a new one.
the batteries only serve to start the car and the alternator. I'm not sure if it would be your alternator but it's not the battery.
usualy if the alternator is not defective then its the battery. you should start by cleaning the battery post. then you could check the terminal wire that runs from the battery post to the alternator. if thats not it you should check the ground on the alternator.
The answer is no . The battery starts you vehicle , the alternator charges the battery so if your alternator is bad your battery is not receiving a charge which will cause a "no start" condition.
replace battery cable ends
I am no mechanic, however this is a 2 part fix. First the battery is shot, so replacing this is one part. The next is a little more complicated. You should take your vehicle to autozone or somwhere similar and get the alternator checked out. It sounds like this may need replacing as well. Like I said start with the battery, as this is the cheapest, but get the alternator checked out as well, or you would just waste the money on blowing another battery if the alternator is the problem. Best of luck!