Nope. Disregard code 17. ALL Chryslers will have that one in winter. You MIGHT get valid results with a test light instead of a voltmeter. Does the back of your alternator look similar to the one in this photo? If so, there will be a small black plastic block bolted to it. Wait, I'll post another photo. In the second photo the block has been unbolted but the blue arrow shows what it looks like. The two red arrows show where to measure the voltages. If you use a test light instead, tell me how bright the light is while the engine is running. One terminal should have a bright light. The second one will be either just as bright, out completely, or fairly bright and flickering rapidly.
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Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 AT 8:44 PM