Test the White Lead from the Alternator into the Fuse & Relay Box to the "Fuseable Link" & then out from the Fuse & Relay box to the + Positive side of the Battery.Sounds like the Fuseable Link is bad, bad connection from the Alternator to the Battery or the Battery has a bad Cell & will not accept a Charge
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what exactly am i going to be looking for a cut wire, lime build up, and when i go to start the car i get very little juice and some lights will flicker on then slowly dim out
You need to test for Voltage on the WHITE wire, with the engine running from the Alternator to the Fuse Relay Box, out from the Fuse Relay Box to the + Positive Battery Cable with the + Positive Battery Cable disconnected & engine runningDo not do this for longer that 3 minutes
If you have Voltage all the way to the Battery, then the Battery is bad or the Connections are bad
i guess you got $25 free but what you said made me look at the connections and i realized that disconnection, taped it, and she started and purred like i built her too.
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Not FREE..........!!, as you did take a second look & found your problemHope I can help you in the future
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