Question about GMC Savana
Need more information. I am assuming (I LIVE for danger!) that your battery sometimes does not charge. If your belt is tight and not slipping, your battery connections are good, and your battery is okay, then one would have to check the alternator and regulator. You can check or test these yourself with a voltmeter and common tools or they can be checked at any auto-electric establishment, or by most mechanics. Usually they will want to fix it for your, for a charge, naturally. I hope this helps you fix it yourself. I love it when I can fix things... such a sense of accomplishment, and most times I learn a lot.
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