Can I disconnect battery while car is running?

Asked by Aug 26, 2013 at 04:51 PM about the 2001 Dodge Stratus R/T Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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No

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495

Yes you can,and car will remain running if your alternater is good.But if you are doing that to see if alternater is good or bad I DONT RECOMMED DOING THAT!!!!You can take your alternater to your auto parts store and they can do a bench test on it.MUCH SAFER!!

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If you want to fry your electronics then go ahead and do it. That test is for old cars that had small output alternators and even older generator vehicles.

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495

I just answered the question.Then I told him that its not reccomended that he should.THATS up to him!

Dodge and chrysler cars are very sensitive To voltage spikes and can damage P c m and other powertrain components.

Use a good volt meter to check voltage amps can not be checked using this method 12v does not mean amp output is good

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