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Battery light stays on

I've replaced starter, alternator, battery, battery cables, starter solenoid and the battery light stays on, what else could i do?

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There was a recall in 1985 for the aux battery relay according to Alldata. I am curious if the light is on all of the time, or does it go out as your RPMs go up while driving. Another question I have - is your battery having trouble holding a charge? Is it the only warning light that stays on? I would check your chassis grounds from your battery to your truck body and to the engine. If your stated repairs were done properly, it sounds like a harness or wiring issue.

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