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2004 pontiac grand am battery light will not go off. The battery is brand new, and the alternator has checked good at three different places. Starter is also good.. what is the problem, or how do i reset this?

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    Is the oil light or service engine light on also?

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I had to take it to the dealer.. something wrong with either the charging unit or icp

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