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2000 toyota camry 2.2 liter brake light on the dash is off and on, but mostly on. Brakes are good and brake fluid is full. Car would not start on day. Battery tested good. Alternator passed the amperage and diode test but failed the voltage test on the car. Alternator was removed and bench tested at a auto parts store. The alternator passed diode, voltage, and amperage test off the car. What is the problem?

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