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It want charge you take battery cable off engine dies.

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First of all,with a multimeter check battery voltage and you should get a 12.4 or 12.5 with engine off if you have voltage lower then that ,recharge battery and go to next step,start engine then take multimeter positive lead of multimeter to positive of battery and graound to ground then check for voltage then you should see a reading of 14.5 volts but no more then 15 ,if reading is lower then that replace alternator ,but check all conecctions for corrosion before replacing alternator i recomend you to take alternator out and take it to autozone they test the alt for you free .

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