Join Date: May 2008
Location: Houston , Texas
Ive had 2 issues on a similar model , it was a 94 Galant VR-4 and the other was a Galant GSR , in the first case in the fuse panel under the hood , there was a maxi fuse for the alternator which was sorta broken but not totally broken, which would cause intermiten charging of the battery while its running , the other was where the the (not hot wite screws) but the wires that plug in to the back of the alternator to regulate the voltage regulator , one the main wires was broken in one area thus the alternator was onlee charging at most about 12 volts, its base output which is onlee enough to keep every electronic on the car working without much load , but wasnt putting out enough charging power to charge the battery back up. Every time yu start yur car it takes a large power draw frum the battery. In adition when a car is running under normal load it puts out 12 volts for every working thing on teh car (normal daytime) and an aditional 1.5 volts which is 13.5 , that additional extra volt is supplied back to teh battery to keep its max charge. Check the alternator plug in and wiring and maxi fuse in the underhood fuse panel. I hope it helps.
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