The fuse between the battery and alternator is a fusible link in the small wire that hooks up to the battery terminal along with the regular battery cable. It looks like a thick spot in the wiring. To replace, the cable must be replaced. .
THEY ARE TO THE LEFT OF THE STEERING COLUMN AS IT ENTERS THE FIREWALL...THEY ARE COVERED BY A SQUARE BLACK COVER
Generally there is NO fuse between the alternator and battery.
I believe it is integral to the alternator... i.e. if the voltage regulator dies you need to buy a new alternator
To test the alternator if funds are low, let the motor idle and remove the negative battery cable, if the motor dies its probably the alternator.
The alternator is not getting power? At any of the wires or just the main/largest one? If you are testing the large wire, this is the output side that runs to the battery. If there is no power in this wire where it connects to the alternator it must have a bad connection at the alternator or at the battery or a break somewhere in between. If there is power there, I would look at the fuses.
how do you change the alternator on a chevy 2006 hhr
You might have a bad battery, a poor connection between the battery and alternator, or a bad ground from the battery.
the voltage regulator is built into the alternator, check voltage at battery connections should be 14.5 volts
Remove the belt from your 1994 Chevy Astro Van 4.3 liter engine alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
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have the alternator and the battery checked
The voltage regulator is built into the alternator.
triple diodes in alternator are bad
usually you blow the diodes inside the alternator and it will not charge. hook it up correctly check all fuses with car running check the voltage at battery make sure it is between 13.4 and 14.5 volts if it reads 12 volts you need a alternator if not u got lucky
Inside the alternator itself
The 1998 Chevrolet Astro Van voltage regulator is part of the alternator. The voltage regulator cannot be individually changed. You will need to change the entire alternator.
Alternator is not charging. Have it tested and/or replaced.
Defective alternator, loose alternator drive belt, dead cell in battery, or something is on pulling power from the battery.