Alternator

Asked by Jessieca Jun 29, 2016 at 11:12 PM about the 2009 Pontiac G6 Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What will happen if my alternator goes out?

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if it just stops charging but is turning ok it will not keep the battery charged,.,. and the car will stop running when there is no charge/voltage left in the battery...

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Is this your alternator's first date? Red light on the dash should light up if alternator is bad. Battery will run down in short order. Vehicle will stop running.

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What tools do i need to change an alternator on a pontiac g6 06

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2006 pontiac g6. Tried 2 new alternators, and almost a new battery. The car does not keep a good charge. Check engine and battery light stay on.

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Did u ever figure it out cause mine does same thing

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Mine does the same thing as well. I replaced the battery, starter, and the alternator. The battery light is still on. There is a recall on the g6 gtp for the electronic power steering and I wonder if this has anything to do with this issue...

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Is there any cheap solutions to a seized altenator

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