Experts say, “Alternators make amps, and starters use amps. As long as there is a happy balance between amps put into the battery and amps pulled out of the battery, the battery stays charged, the vehicle starts and life is good”.
When people think of where their car’s electrical energy comes from most people think of their car battery. But it’s not the battery that provides most of your car’s electrical energy, but instead the alternator.
• The alternator takes the mechanical energy of the car and turns it into electrical energy. It takes this and powers your ignition coils, engine fan, headlights, and various parts of the fuel injection system. It also powers comfort parts like your air conditioning system and radio.
• If you see signs of poor light operation, a dead batter
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