Battery Is Damaged Or Weak

Check the battery condition using the recommended battery tester. RECOMMENDED BATTERY TESTER BM210 or BATTERY MATE or equivalent NO - Faulty battery YES - GO TO STEP 2. Check the battery current leakage test (Leak test (page 17-9)). Is the current leakage below2.0 mA YES - GO TO STEP 4. NO - GO TO STEP 3. 3. CURRENT LEAKAGE TEST WITHOUT REGULATOR RECTIFIER CONNECTED Disconnect the regulator rectifier connector and recheck the battery current leakage. Is the current leakage below 2.0 mA 4....

System Inspection

I r is not necessary to remove the Stator coil to perform this test. Disconnect the regulator rectifier 4P (Natural) connector and alternator 3P (Natural) connector, and check it for loose contact or corroded terminals. If the regulated voltage reading (page 17-3) is out of the specification, measure the voltage between connector terminals (wire harness side) as follow If all components of the charging system are normal and there are no loose connections at the regulator rectifier connectors,...

Powerground Lines Inspection

Check the following at the wire harness side connector terminals of the combination meter. Measure the voltage between the Black brown wire terminal (+) and body ground (-). There should be battery voltage with the ignition switch ON. If there is no voltage, check the sub-fuse (10A) and Black brown wire for a loose connection or an open circuit. Measure the voltage between the Red green wire There should be battery voltage at all times. If there is no voltage, check the sub-fuse (10A) and Red...