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Old 01 Nov 2008, 06:33 pm
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Smile Car Cuts of No power from the Alternator

Hi Forum,

I'm New Her in this Forum, I drive 89' Honda Crx Si(d16I thing)
I hope somebody can help my with my problem.
I have a problem my Car only Run When i jump the with other car. As soon i will take of the Jumper cable from the crx the will cut of.
I replaced the alternator and Battery Still the Same.
Somebody my have a wiring Diagram. Or Is the a way to wire the Alternator direct to the Battery. Or what is die best way the to find out what the Problem is.

Thx for help Torsten
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