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  1. Alfa MiTo
    1.3 Mito JTDM, battery is 12.6 volt DC, charging at 14.2 volts DC, 660 crank amps. I have a alternator error "IAM PO65A" possibly the diode rectifier circuit is toast. Testing the alternator for AC leakage can anyone help me understand the results, as videos i have seen say AC leakage should...
  2. ICE & Blue&Me
    Yellow (Thick): Without ignition: 12,7 Volts . With ignition on: 14,1Volt (Main Positive lead?) Black (Thick) : Without ignition -12,7 Volts. With ignition on: -14,1 Volt (Main negative lead) Blue: :Without ignition: 0,47 Volts With ignition on...
  3. General Motoring Discussion
    And yes - the battery definitely has charge. It is similarly unwilling to show anything when trying to test my car battery. Faulty multimeter? Or am I doing something indescribably thick? (I've checked the probes don't have a plastic cover on!)
  4. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hi guys, My battery is draining overnight and i need to use a multimeter to find out where the drain is. I've checked for lights staying on, i've checked the voltage across the battery when being charged, i've checked the battery life at halfords and they're all fine. However, i'm struggling to...
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