Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2003 08:09:30 +0100
From: "Adrian England" <adrianospam.moleskinnopsamin.net>
Subject: Re: Battery question -- 1995 9000CS


LauraK wrote: > Glad to hear the alternator is fine. That's what I was worried about. > I went for a cat food run about 10 minutes after posting my original > message and everything was back to normal. Cranking was at 10.0, and > it was a steady > 13.7 while I was driving. > I did have Advance Auto Parts check it (they've got an electronic > tester that checks a lot of stuff) and they said it was holding a > charge fine. The guy that did the testing was the manager and he's > helped me in the past with problems on my Lincoln and he seems to > know what he's doing. > Maybe the car was just feeling neglected?:) > > > lauraknopsamousergraphics.com > http://www.madmousergraphics.com > web design, print design, photography Having read your original post more thoroughly you may have a fault with alternator, sorry. Didn't read the low voltage bit right. Keep an eye the voltage whilst driving. If it dips below 13.3 regularly chances are the brushes are badly worn in the alternator. You can fit a new regulator / brush box but the inlet manifold will need to come off, or that's how I did it. Your local garage will probably suggest a replacement alternator. Opps... -- take off "ospam" to mail me

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