Battery 2005 land rover lr3

Asked by Jul 22, 2016 at 04:05 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

If a battery is over chargeing while running how do
you fix this problem

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Usually if the battery is overcharging the alternator or voltage regulator (usually contained in today's vehicles) may be at fault. A good preliminary diagnosis is measure the voltage across the battery terminals engine running. DC voltage should be some where between 13.4 and 14.7 volts. If it is higher than 15 volts something with the alternator is a fault.

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