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Esteem 2000 - Electrical Problem. Maybe someone has an idea for me!!!!

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Old 07-02-2007, 10:02 PM
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Default Esteem 2000 - Electrical Problem. Maybe someone has an idea for me!!!!

Hello all!

I am new to this forum, and I just registered hoping someone could possibly have an answer to my problem.

I own a 2000 Esteem GLX with a 1.6L engine. I recently changed a faulty alternator, but there is still a bug. I explain:

Since I have changed the alternator, the low battery indicator on the dashboard is permanently lit. However, when I check, the alternator charges 14.1-14.2V at 2000RPM, which is well within parameters.And when the motor is off, the battery (which is brand new as well) gives me a 12.5V output, which is perfect. With motor on, even if I turn on the high beams, the heater fan, the rear defrost and the radio, I still get approx. 13V output, which is good.

I tought of the voltageregulator being faulty, but then again, I would get a output voltage too high.

If anybody has an idea, I'll be very thankful.

Cheers!
 
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