You don't say what the running voltage is, should be about 14.5v at a fast
idle without load. Check the voltages on the brown/yellow and white.
And to the person who suggested taping it over: "That is what little POs are
made of", to paraphrase the nursery rhyme.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Jose" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 2:38 AM
Subject: brake pads accomplished
> Now onto the bad news: the ignition light is still coming on. I checked
> the voltage at the battery, and I have 12.6 with the car off, and 12.5
> with it on. When I turn on the lights, I get 12.4 or 12.3. The light
> glows dimly, getting brighter at lower revs. The car always starts, and
> the alternator plug is now secure, so what's the culprit? I have been
> through so many alternators, I would simply like to get this one
> solved. Any ideas or things to check would be greatly appreciated.
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