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Diagnostic says i have a p50 error on 94 voyager

Battery keeps dying even though its new starter is fine cylynoid is fine just got itouttheshop had to do the tranny but neithershop knewwhat the p50 error was they think maybeelectrical

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You need to have your charging system alternator, connections etc, checked if battery keeps dying. Are you sure it code P50 your getting?

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