battery not charging

Asked by Oct 13, 2016 at 08:28 PM

Question type: Car Customization

I changed a motor out of a 89 Chevy Silverado
in to a 92 Scott dale . I changed the motor
harness and tail light and head light harness  
and the dashboard the only thing I changed
inside was the instrument cluster . I have
changed the altanater and battery three times
already. I've cleaned grounds and check ed
wires nothing bad what could be the problem

3 Answers

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Here is a good site for checking for a short and there is a few good you tubes on the subject/ http://www.backyardmechanic.org/how-to-find- a-electrical-short-on-most-any-vehicle/

Thanks I'll try that

I did the short test on both sides still nothing could a bad dim switch do that

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