Charging system

Asked by May 25, 2017 at 12:27 PM about the 2010 Volkswagen CC Luxury

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car died in middle of turn. Tested the battery and it was
good, (its new) alternator was charging the system and
then cut out so I replaced the alternator. Then today the
same thing happened. Same scenario and everything.
Sitting at redlight waiting to turn left and then once I'm in
the middle of the turn the car dies. What's the problem?

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Update: I took the old alternator to the part store and had it tested, I didn't need a new alternator the old one passed the test. So this leaves me with another issue that I do not know the solution to. Any advice would be greatly appreciated

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GO AND CHECK ALL YOUR EARTH (-) WIRES. FROM BATTERY TO BODY, FROM BODY TO ENGINE AND TO THE COMP BOX.

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