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Al gauges shut down truck still running cut truck off donot want to start nothing comes on.

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  • alonda337lil May 20, 2009

    what if i change the battery if it still dont start that means it the alternator?

  • alonda337lil May 20, 2009

    if i change battery an everthing still shut down it would be my alternator?

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Sounds like an alternator problem. the gauges will drop off when the battery gets low enough and since you shut it off now the battery is dead. jump start the vehicle and see if the alternator is charging. should be approx 13.5-14v

Posted on May 20, 2009

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    warlock61 May 20, 2009

    if you change the battery and it goes dead again then yes it is the alternator

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