Is there a fuse for the charging system?

Is there a fuse for the charging system?

Most of the time, there’s a high-amperage fuse or fusible link between the alternator’s battery terminal and the battery. Also, there are usually low-amperage fuses in series with the alternator’s sense terminal and ignition terminal.

Why does the battery light come on in my Honda Odyssey?

If your Honda Odyssey battery warning light comes on while driving, be sure to turn off your accessories, so the battery doesn’t jettison extra. The warning light usually means that the alternator isn’t working perfectly meaning you’re operating solely on battery power.

How do I fix my alternator not charging?

Check the large power cable to the alternator and the fuse, usually, a large 40-60 amp fuse near the battery. Check the ground cable between the engine and the body. Check the serpentine belt and make sure the alternator is spinning with the engine. Check the small power supply wire and the charging light wire.

Why does my Honda Odyssey says check charging system?

What’s happening when the battery/check charging system light comes on? Whenever this light goes on, it means that the vehicle is running solely on battery power. If the problem continues and your charging system fails, the battery won’t be able to recharge and it will soon run down, leaving you with a dead battery.

What is the cause of battery not charging?

One of the most common reasons the battery light comes on and the car battery stops charging is because of corrosion. Whether the corrosion is on the battery cables or cable terminals, it is still a problem that needs to be addressed. Another common culprit for the battery not charging is a problem with the alternator.

How do you fix charging system failure?

Fixing a charging system failure can be simple once you have identified the faulty component. Most DIYers will be able to fault find and replace if necessary the faulty component. If the battery is bad, replace it with the correct size battery for the vehicle.

Does a Honda Odyssey have a voltage regulator?

The average cost for a Honda Odyssey alternator voltage regulator replacement is between $176 and $222. Labor costs are estimated between $176 and $222. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific model year or unique location.

How do you check if your alternator is working?

A simple test to check the working of the alternator is by running your car; and then unplugging the positive connection of the battery. If the car stops, then you most likely have a problem with the alternator. Another simple test is to check your interior lights.

How do you test if your relay is bad?

The only tool required to check a relay is a multimeter. With the relay removed from the fuse box, the multimeter set to measure DC voltage and the switch in the cab activated, first check to see if there are 12 volts at the 85 position in the fuse box where the relay plugs in (or wherever the relay is located).

How to tell if alternator is OEM or Ody?

The Honda alternator has a lead tied directly from the PCM to the voltage regulator in the alternator. Does the new alternator have connections on all pins the OEM has. The Ody has a smart regulating system which may be your problem.

How do you remove fuses from under the hood of a car?

Check each of the large fuses in the primary under-hood fuse box by looking through the top at the wire inside. Removing these fuses requires a Phillips-head screwdriver.

How many volts is the alternator charging the battery?

When the battery was at a full charge the alternator showed also to be charging (14.2 volts). So I put the original alternator back on and still the same thing, when at full charge everything is fine, the alternator is charging the battery.