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The battery(voltage)light stays on even though the battery stays at afull charge

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This is, on most occasions, an indication that your alternator may be malfunctioning.

I would recommend taking out the alternator and having it tested. Most Advanced Auto Parts and Pep-Boys do this service for free.

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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