What is wrong when a caprice classic slowing down makes a terrible noise the battery light comes on smoke noise caprice classic?
You would appear to have a serious problem fueled by those strange little creatures from electronic world. Hope this helps to solve your little problem!!!
Yours, John Garrett
It is usually caused by a couple of things,first cause is when slowing down the engine drops in RPM's thus causing your alternator to have a reduce charge output to the battery.Second cause could be indicative of a failing alternator.Best thing to do is have the alternator output checked. Good luck.
Why do the lights dim and voltage drop when slowing down or braking hard in 94 sentra bad alternator?
It may be the battery, if the car is running the alternator should still be good. The battery may not be holding charge and supplying your car with reserve power. I would take you car to the autoparts store and have them test the electrical system. They will do this for free and tell you if the alternator and or battery is bad.
What could be the problem with a 1991 Chevrolet Caprice that stalls when you're slowing down to a stop or when idling?
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Your battery light came on while driving lights dimmed car lost power and you hear a rattle noise in the front sometimes is this a battery issue or the alternator?
The rattling may be the bearings going out of your alternator. Batteries normally do not rattle. If the bearings are going out they may begin to seize up and instead of the alternator pulley turning, the belt is slipping on the pulley as the bearings get tight. Take the belt off the alternator pulley and see if you feel and grinding or tightness when you spin the pulley. If you do, change it out now…