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check the fuse box and you should check your charging voltage first when the car is running check the voltage on the battery it should be around 13 v if its more then the regulator on the alternator is faulty and is over charging and that might be the reason you fuses blew out. if the alternator is reading more than 13 v don't keep it running as it can ...


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If the battery has 12v power supply and still if some electrical circuits are not working, then please check the fuses of relevant circuits, probably there is a common fuse that might have blown. If you are able to start the car that means the battery charge is fine. If you are able to start the engine, then check the voltage at battery at idling. The ...


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I just put a new alternator on my 76 moterhome yesterday and it started just fine two times now I have no power at all but when I tested the batts they were putting out 12 volts. So what could be causing me to have no power.


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I'd check to make sure no power wire is near the spark plug wires. That's caused similar sound for me in my '88 civic wagon with aftermarket stereo. RPM dependant, almost like a turbo whine hahah. 3yrs old but maybe this could help someone else?


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You could try using Isopropyl alcohol. It is the main component in allot of electronics cleaners since it evaporates quickly and leaves no residue. Quoting wikipedia: Isopropyl alcohol dissolves a wide range of non-polar compounds. It also evaporates quickly, leaves nearly zero oil traces, compared to ethanol, and is relatively non-toxic, compared to ...


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In a word: Battery You can check all of the things which maplemale suggests and that's not a bad idea. From your description, though, it points right to the battery being the issue. From your description of how the "lights were bright and no warning lights", this points directly to the battery to me. Pull the thing and take it down to AutoZone, Advance ...


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Let's start with the most likely culprit which is the battery. The other components you mentioned could be an issue, but it's less likely given what you've told me. There are several things you should do: Check the age of your battery. There should be little stickers on the top or side, usually round with numbers in them. One set of numbers will be the ...



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