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go to the scrapyard and find a accident damaged vehicle then buy the box and the computer and change the whole lot ,failing which buy a newer secondhand car as it may be cheaper in the long run preffably one with a manual gearbox
Since the voltage shows 0, that indicates the battery is not charging. You most likely need a new alternator. Drive the car (while you still can) to a parts store, they will check the charging system for free, and advise you on what to do to fix the problem.
Make sure the hoses aren't plugged up before you start tearing things apart. Also check any fuses or relays. The relays are in the engine compartment on the left side just above the battery. If you pop open that lid on the plain unmarked black box, it will tell you what each relay is for. Hope this helps.
If you have the 3.3L the voltage regulators are located in the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) or Single Board Engine Controller (SBEC), depending on the model. If, after diagnosis, the regulator is deemed faulty, the PCM/SBEC must be replaced with a new one.