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Electrical issue? I recently had to replace my positive wire on my batter due a break in the head from corrosion. after replacing my car would not crank anymore, my signal lights are flashing off and on when i put the key in ignition, and the little red light on my dashboard is blinking continueosly. any idea what could be the cause of this?

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  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    i replaced the altenator and the battery lite still blinks sometimes when driving


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The cause of this is the factory alarm itself...reset the alarm...if your not sure of how to do your dealer..

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