Q: 1984 Chevy G10 Van 4.1 side of the alternator is hot. I parked it but now I get no power to ignition.

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1984g10 chevy van replacing power stering punp alternator arked now no power to ignition have headlights battery power power at starter no fuses blone

My car has 100000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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