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i have a s reg corolla g6

today saw my 1sr real problem

total loss of all power to electric`s nothing at all like Battery had been removed

only way to get it started was to take live feed to top of alternator whare 2 wires bolt on to it with10mm nut

has anyone had similar problem`s?

once started wire can be removed and it still runs

then if you switch it off completely dead

is it alternator fubared??

need help cheer`s

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you probably need to replace your Battery mate , sounds like it is stone cold dead

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thats the funny thing Battery fine tryed a different one and still same

condition of Battery is fine something is knocking whole car dead no power at all

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Car been jump started? If so it might have blown the main fuse (80, 100amp or whatever it is on yours)

Kingo :thumbsup:

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fuses are all fine i can get it running if i give alternater a live feed

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When you have it running, what is the voltage across the Battery 13-14v?

Have it running, take red positive off from the Battery..if it dies the alternator is dead, if not erm im not sure!

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been at it all day finally got it

it was live from alt to Battery had broken

this caused it to lose all power

it was 2 wires joined to 1 single wire at Battery inside the sheathing, bared back wires cut stupin end off fitted new end job done running sweet again

:cheers:

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