If you disconnect the battery for 20 min it should kill all memory and reset everything.If not you charge is still low charge up your batt. with a charger.and test your alt. output 13.9-13.7 you have to check the book.I'm not to sure on that.You might have a voltage regulator problem bad batt. Or somthing is hooked up wrong. Mabey the old alt was fine. Have the batt. tested. All alt. well most are rebuilts so you might have a bad one it happens.Make sure that it's putting out a charge. All the way to the batt. Good luck.
It means something is wrong with your charging system. Can be a loose of corroded battery cable, defective alternator or a battery with a dead short.
There is not an alternator indicator light on a Honda Pilot. If the alternator goes out, the battery will not stay charged.
To remove the alternator on 1988 Honda CRX the negative battery must first be disconnected. The belt needs to be loosen and the mounting bolts need to be removed as well. When unmounted the alternator will slide off, and a new unit can be replaced.
The alternator on a 1986 Honda Civic is located in front of the engine. Unplug the battery and remove the alternator belt. Loosen the alternator bracket and remove the plug to the alternator. Replace the unit.
it recharges the battery automatically, but it will only recharge the battery if the bike is running.
The battery is worn out and needs ot be replaced depending on the mth warratny it has or the alternator is going out and is draining the battery . A simple check may be the battery cable . take the positive battery cable off while running as well if it dies it's the alternator .
I just had my alternator replaced on my 1990 Honda Accord and the final bill was $315.
If you've replaced all that, and the battery is still dying overnight, it would seem you have a short somewhere. You'll probly have to take it to someone who specializes in auto wiring to get them to find it.
If the question is how to check your alternator on a 2000 Honda accord is by starting your car and disconnect your battery if the car is still running for max 3 mins you know your alternator is good.
To replace the alternator on a 1995 Honda Civic disconnect the battery. Disconnect the wiring from the alternator. Loosen the adjustment bracket so the belt has slack. Remove the alternator belt along with the mounting hardware. Pull the alternator and replace it.
Is the alternator actually working. It is possible to buy a new alternator that is defective.
Only if the battery fails the load test.
If you are 100% sure the battery and alternator are good and the battery is loosing it's charge then something is on pulling power from the battery. Can be any light or any relay on the vehicle.
The most common cause for your 1997 Honda Civic lights to dim is a bad alternator. The alternator is not charging the battery. The battery retains a small charge, but not enough charge to run the engine.
could be something wrong with the distributor. This happened to me a few months ago. My 2001 Honda prelude was only running off the battery for a day or so and I took it in to get the alternator replaced. They did that, but it still was only running off of the battery and my gauges weren't working. I took it back and they replaced the distributor and everything worked again. Or the alternator could be loosely connected. Voltage regulater ng or battery ng Voltage regulater ng or battery ng this is a guessing game with electrical ,i assume you've taken your alternator to get checked ,you could have a loose electrical wire or a blowen fuse also check your battery cables they may need cleaning , good luck.
Your distributor might need to be replaced. Answer #2: Check for loose or corroded cable connections at the battery posts; also, a loose belt could be the problem.
The main cause of battery drains is a bad electrical system. The electrical system is normally powered by the alternator and once the alternator goes bad the battery has a hard time holding a charge,
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.
Dead cell in battery or the alternator is defective. That is assuming all words are connected and not corroded.
The alternator belt on a 1998 Honda Civic is replaced by loosening the mounting bracket, disconnecting the wiring harness, and slipping the belt off the pulley. The alternator is then unbolted, removed, and a new unit put in place.
Replaced alternator now belts are squeeling. How do you stop the squiling are the belts to lose or to tight?
The hybrids don't have an alternator.
hey, this is a easy answer? (NO)! why would you time it?? all it does is charge the battery!
Disconnect the batery cable from the battery while the vehicle is running, if it dies, you need a new alternator there, buddy.
Dead cell in the battery requiring it be replaced or something is on pulling power from the battery. Some light or relay.