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BATTERY NOT CHARGING OR WONT HOLD A CHARGE

I HAVE A 1999 TOYOTA SIENNA. MY ALTERNATOR WAS TESTED ITS WORKING. I'M TRYING TO LOCATE THE FUSE TO THE ALTERNATOR (I WAS TOLD THERE IS ONE). JUST TRYING TO TROUBLE SHOOT BEFORE BUYING ANOTHER BATTERY WHICH IS ABOUT 2 YEARS OLD IT HAS WATER IN IT (NOT MAINT FREE). WHERE AND WHICH IS THE FUSE TO THE ALTERNATOR. I FOUND THE MAIN FUSE BOX

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    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    how long does it sit before not starting?

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Just need to change battery Take it back and get a betterment from the auto parts store for another / What this means is that in your case its a four yr battery will warranty half and give you another at usually half the price of a new one if you have the receipt/ Please rate my repsonse thank you very much

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