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Just change my car battery now I have all my gauge lights on like the battery, brake, doors.,seat belts and check engine lights my car is a 1997 Honda accord v6.

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  • tleviner3 Sep 15, 2008

    My car battery tests fine. But the battery light keeps coming on. It cut off on me the other day. I was told that it could be the raditior. What do u think?

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It s usually your alternator when batteries lights come on. need to check that , otherwise it will drain your battery

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