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if it wont stop charging then there is a bad regulator/rectafier,and it will need to be replaced.on most vehicles the reg/rec is usually inside of the alternator and in that case the alternator will need replacement,but in your case i am pretty sure that the reg/rec is separate from the alternator.In order to find out if it is separate from the alt call an auto parts store and ask them if they sell just the regulator/rectifier separate from the alternator.If they do then replace just the reg/rec.If it is not sold separately then replace the whole alternator
Welcome to FixYa.com in the location shown you will need a special oil sender socket.( you can buy at auto zone) and remove it and replace it. that simple. Thank you for Using FixYa.comKind Regards, LeeYour FixYa Expert and Master Technician