In a1988 camaro irocz in the passenger side of the fire wall by the engine is a red cable with a plug and blag plug that consil a fusse in the cristal shape what is the aperes o boltage of that fusr
I drove the car and my batery just die and is
not gertin charge but is semi new and
alternator is knew.
Crank over the engine, turn on your vehicle’s lights, and observe. If they start bright and then slowly fade, your alternator might not be delivering the proper charge to operate your vehicle accessories. If your vehicle is already dead, jumpstart the battery and wait. If the alternator is bad, your car or truck will eventually die out again as the battery is not re-charged. Get a good-quality voltmeter or multimeter and test your battery’s state of charge. The voltmeter should read around 12.6 volts with the engine off and 14-15 volts when the engine is running. If voltage is below 13.5, there’s a good chance the alternator is not keeping up with your battery’s charging needs. Solution #3: Check the alternator cables for abnormal wear, including cracking and fraying. Replace or tighten the cables as necessary. Also you can purchase a brand new alternator and once in a while they can be faulty. That's why you need to do some tests.
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