Hello All, after replacing the voltage regulator, alternator, checking and replacing wires to alternator plug, test voltage on battery, good, voltage on alternator good. Checked ground with multi meter checked voltage going in regulator connection, good. Checked 6 amp fuse on right fender goid - stumped cannot figure out why alternator does not charge battery. HEEEELP!
second thing I found this (fuseable link?) on green, red2, blue wire going in firewall, anyone know what and why it is?AB6173F1-C94E-4B27-A206-4A7687625B7A.jpeg. Thanks
Get to where the negative battery cable connects to the cars frame under the battery shelf and clean that to shinny metal and put it back together
clean the battery terminals to shinny metal
A bad connection at those locations will not make the charge circuit complete
Just my best guess
Not sure just using a spray on the regulator harness will clean up the metal terminals inside enough
The individual clips in the harness can be remove and reinstalled
They snap into the harness
You will need to release them by studying them to see the clip that holds each one in place
I slide a number 11 exactly blade into the back of the harness to release the holding clip being very careful
They will then slide out of the harness
Once out of the harness you can clean the metal connections themselves and reinstall them
Do only one at a time not to mix them up
Now sure you have good clean metal to metal
Thanks Tony and Ginny 429 I will try that as soon as I can.