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Battery good alternator good could it be pcm on 2000 dodge grand caravan

Battery light on dyes out when i remove pos

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Using a volt meter, you need to measure the voltage across the the batt. terminals when the engine is running. you should read near 14.5 volts DC (or more) if the alternator(charging circuit) is working. WARNING be real careful of moving fans,belts and hot parts.

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