Dandy. I always second guess myself but if you truly have no voltage there, this is going to be a quick fix. By the way, you DID have the engine running when you took the readings, right? There is supposed to be 0 volts on both terminals when the engine is not rotating, (cranking or running).
The ignition coil, injectors, oxygen sensor heaters, fuel pump relay, and alternator field are all powered from the automatic shutdown (ASD) relay. The fact the engine runs means all of those things are working, except the alternator. That only leaves the piece of wire from the splice to the alternator.
I only have a '92 service manual but the circuit should be the same. Look for a black ten-pin connector behind the battery. There will be a dark green / orange wire in one of the corners. Back-probe those terminals to see if voltage is there on both sides. The splice for all the other stuff is before that connector, so if there's a bad connection there, it will only affect the alternator.
Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 AT 3:30 AM