Date: Thu, 07 Sep 2000 14:32:35 +0200
From: Goran Begicevic <>
Subject: Re: '95 9000 CSE Electrical Problems

Generator is probably dead...and battery is being discharged. Changing a generator is not a big deal, get a Haynes manual. You can find a used one on some scrapyard. If you want to drive somewhere, pull out the battery and recharge it at home. That will give you a few hours of ride depending on how much electricals you have switched on. Before you do all that, check the battery and connections... Cheers Chris Riek wrote: > > My 1995 9000 CSE has developed a problem where sometimes when > I turn on the lights, the car dies. After that, it cranks and cranks but > will > not catch. While driving home today, I noticed that my voltage (normally > ~14) was down to 9.5 and when I turned on the lights, it died. Once I

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