OK here is the latest I've done. I took the alternator out and had schuck's test it, they say it's ok, but I wonder how good their test is. When I pulled the alternator I notices the little red wire that goes to the plug was severed, what is the purpose of this wire. I assume it just goes to the voltage sensor or something. Right now I am trying to reterminate that wire, what a pain that is. I will probably have to get a connector at the junk yard to splice in because this one is severed right ate the plug. I also checked the little wire that goes to the fuse box. I even dissassembled the fuse box to look for anything in there. One thing I did notice was the positive terminal on the battery wasn't making as good of connection as it should have been, the little rubber cover was covering some of the connection area. Sidepost terminal is what I'm refering to. I cut off the excess rubber and made no change. Could the little wire on the alternator make any difference?
Sunday, April 23rd, 2006 AT 9:04 PM