Questions & Answers for: car alternator output voltage high

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Question about 1997 Civic

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disconnect these and see if the problem resolves. A stock alternator for this car only puts out around 70-80 amps. It doesn't leave much of a margin for additional current draw from high power add-ons

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Question about 2004 6

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...high beams it gose away Check your battery cables and have someone check your alternator output voltage, it should be 14v when the car is running. Check that the belt to the alternator is not

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Question about P112-200 Car Subwoofer

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...car is at idle? Double check that Alternator output. 70 amps is not high output, and if the problem is especially noticeable at idle, it's probably due to the alternator putting out lower voltage( a ...

...car won't start.Have gotten battery checked it is good. Check the battery power and earth leads where they connect to the Battery Terminals. I have had the same problem where the plastic part under ...

Question about 2003 S-10

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...13.8 to 14.2 Volts. Some alternators go up to 14.3 V with no load, but anything higher than that should be investigated. A high alternator output voltage will also considerably shorten battery

Question about 2001 Protege

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...car is idling in neutral, the alternator has just enough output to supply the ignition circuits but once in gear and the idle speed drops there is insufficient voltage to run engine so it stalls, It ...

Question about 2001 Protege

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...alternator checked at an auto parts store. Or you may have to have it checked by a auto tech/dealer. Another possibility is the type of bulb you are using. I replaced the bulbs on my Escape with ...

Question about 2001 Protege

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...car if that makes since. This message means that the cars battery charging system (CONSISTS OF ALTERNATOR)  is not being regulated properly, the voltage output of the engines Alternator exceeds ...

car alternator is designed to keep a fully charged battery fully charged and to provide all the power for the car equipment. The alternator charge rate is regulated by a voltage regulator. Because the

or additional batteries to "fill" in whenever the amplifier briefly needs more current than the alternator can provide - without drawing on the main car battery. Your alternator is probably just fine

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