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Alternator does not provide enough energy when a load is put on it
2000 Honda CR-V

Alternator does not provide enough energy when a load is put on it

(2000 Honda CR-V)
Have replaced alternator 2x in the past month. When car is running without lights, AC etc, it charges battery fine. When lights or AC, etc are on, the energy to the battery drops.
Tags: honda, cr v
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Popular Answer
on October 16, 2019

NAPA - POWER SELECT.
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on October 16, 2019

Pardon me - it’s POWER PREMIUM.

Suspect your present alternator is of lesser quality.

Alternator output should be a TESTED using a volt meter at battery terminals.

Good luck!
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on October 16, 2019

NAPA - POWER SELECT.
Sign in to reply
on October 16, 2019

Pardon me - it’s POWER PREMIUM.

Suspect your present alternator is of lesser quality.

Alternator output should be a TESTED using a volt meter at battery terminals.

Good luck!

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