Cold weather and Electrical question
For some reason i have replaced an alternator every damn winter since i have had my truck. I have replaced the alternator 2 times in the two years i have owned her. It only does this when it gets cold out. I changed the starter last year, GPR, Batteries, and alternator and yet i get the same result every winter. Since i changed the GPR it almost seems like i lose power when the truck is off. Sometimes when i turn the key to the start position there is almost like a click or buzzer sound behind the ignition key. I also see that my battery voltage is lower also. They aren't dead, but lower than they should be. I live in missouri and its only getting to about 25 degrees at night. I can only get like 3 good cranks sometimes and then it goes down hill voltage wise. Also when i have the truck plugged in the batteries don't seem to lose voltage. The buzzer sound is none existant when the truck is plugged in. IT only started making the buzzer sound when i changed the GPR. PLEASE HELP. PS Sorry this is such a long thread.