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Not holding charge

After i replace the battery n alternator my trk wont kkep a charge

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Sounds like you have a battery draw.Check for any interior lights or radio or something else on drawing power.With a volt meter check each fuse to see which one is drawing power and the one drawing power will be the culprit draining the battery.Also with engine running check the voltage coming out of the alternator it should be 13-14.7 volts.

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