your barrery will die eventually because alternator isn't creating power for the vehicle to run on
no your alternator and your cars battery is
Alternator would have to be tightened if it is an older vehicle that allows you to do so.
Once you start it, yes. Electricity is supplied to a running vehicle by the alternator.
The voltage regulator is in the alternator on that model vehicle
Most vehicle diodes are located in the alternator.
If the alternator has no output then the vehicle's electrical requirements must be supplied by the battery, until dead. In addition, if the alternator quits, the alternator light, located in the instrument cluster, will illuminate
Inside the alternator cover on the vehicle's left side.
What is a brush and how many of them are there in a alternator of a motor vehicle?
the work of an alternator is to charge up the battery while the vehicle is in motion
It's on the passenger side of the vehicle. When you look at the crankshaft pulley, the Alternator belt is the innermost (closest to the engine) belt.
It is probably a bad voltage regulator. Sometimes they are located in the alternator and can go bad in a new one. On Ford vehicle the voltage regulator is separate from the alternator.
on the front of the motor, it will have the sepentine belt around it I am working on my wifes' 1996 mercury mystique and the alternator is located behind the timing belt. If you are standing directly in front of your vehicle the timing belt is located to the left side of the motor and the alternator is located directly behind the timing belt.
An alternator is regulated to prevent overcharging of the vehicle's battery.
it depends on the vehicle and where its at
It is towards the bottom on the passenger (right) side of the vehicle.