Also when the alternator is in the car and it's running it's given out about 11.9 Volts hense the no charge
have you been buying the alternators a t a local auto parts store? Have they been checking them before you install them?
Yes got one yesterday tested out to 15.5 volts
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Wiring issue for sure. Check the plug on the alternator for corrosion and or if it is making good contact. Also for corrosion on the battery terminals. Check engine grounds.
Check for blown alternator fuse.
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We're is alternator fuse
If your vehicle has one check owners manual if no manual Google owners manual for year,make and model of your vehicle and it will take you to sites that shows owners manual and where fuse is located.
It might have a fusible link in the wire that goes from the alternator to the battery.
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