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Not everyone knows how to test alternators adequately ... but that is not to say that whoever tested your alternator did anything wrong either!t

One of the most annoying situations to have in any vehicle, is a mystery drain on the battery. It could be something as simple as a light not turning off somewhere. A trunk light that stays on, a glove box light, or any other lighted enclosure, an under-hood light, or perhaps even a defective phone charge cable that draws current even if the phone is disconnected!

If you have a voltmeter anywhere, connect it across your battery, AFTER setting the correct range and function on the meter. The voltage will be 14.2 to 14.6 VOLTS (NOT AMPS!!!) with the meter connected across the battery terminals, the engine idling, and as many things turned OFF as you can control. If the voltage is 12 point something, when idling, either the alternator is defective or not turning!

Any multi-function meter you get will probably have some current ranges. If you are not afraid to, you could (with the engine off and cooled off), DISCONNECT one battery terminal. Then connect your meter (as a CURRENT meter), in series with the disconnected battery terminal. Read the meter, and that will tell you IF you have a drain on the battery, and how much drain (in amps).

Such meters are very low cost at places like Harbor Freight Tools! Well under ten bucks!

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I am wondering if you have a bad ground wire.
Each tail light/brake light had a separate ground wire, that is supposed to be hooked to the ground somewhere.
If it is bad, those lights will not work.
Your center light probably has a separate ground wire.
If you take an electrical meter, test the bulbs with a meter, then stick the meter's contacts inside the socket and press the brake pedal and see if the meter shows "juice".
Often a car wreck/fender bender can break or compromise the ground wire of which I spoke.
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I would connect some jumper cables to eliminate your battery as being bad. You could have the majority of your battery cell surface area bad and the meter could still show it good, where it would not have enough power to light up a bulb.
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The MAP has a three wire connector with wire colors Orange/White...Blue/Light Green...And Black./White...using two safety pins push one into the rear of the in-place connector into the Blue/Light Green...The other into the Black/White...connect the + probe of the meter set to read 5 volts on to the Blue/Light Green pin...the - probe to the Black/White pin...turn key to on...Meter must read at least 3 volts...If not MAP is defective...

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