NO ALTERNATOR OUTPUT?
LOOK FOR A PAINTED BRACKET TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN
Reference Number(s): HSN 1001-04,
Date of Issue: October, 2001
Related Ref Number(s): HSN 1001-04
ARTICLE BEGINNING SERVICE INFORMATION
If you're troubleshooting an alternator output problem, before troubleshooting a dead battery or replacing the alternator, check if the alternator or the power steering pump mounting bracket has been repainted. A painted bracket can interfere with the alternator-to-battery ground path. To check if this is the case, ground the alternator with a jumper wire, and retest. If the alternator charges normally, the painted bracket is the problem. To restore the ground path, remove the paint from the bracket and housing contact areas.
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