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2001 Dodge Intrepid- What does P0622= Generator F-term. Field F control, and P0403= EGR flow circuit malfuntion mean? Thank you

2001 Dodge Intrepid 2.7...I am seeing codes P0403 and P0622, plus the battery light stays lit. I replaced these parts for new parts; one battery, one alternator, one alternator belt, one EGR valve, one purge solenoid, two oxygen sensors; however, the battery light will not turn off . What else should I do to fix this? what are the normal wires, cables or sensors that need to be attached to the alternator when replaced? Thank you for your time. Take care

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If you've replaced those parts according to the codes, you need to have the codes cleared from the computer, otherwise the car will think you still have the bad parts on, and stay in what they call Limp Mode! Sometimes you can take it to an Autozone, and they can clear it for you! Otherwise you need to have a shop clear those computer codes for you!

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Testimonial: "Hello Berlyn, Thank you for your input. I own a scanner that I normally use and tried erasing them again this morning, but for some reason the codes will not erase and battery light stays lit. The Auto zones out here in California no longer check for codes or clear codes, due to legal reasons. I did take it to them to have my battery and alternator checked again today. The battery is fine, however, the alternator's voltage was very low. I took it to an electrician close by because the battery was losing voltage already. I was advised to have them check it because it might be the wiring that's draining the battery. I was told by the electricians that they were going to check all wiring including the PCV. I did as much I could by doing research; like, I always do and couldn't find the issue. Thank you once again Berlyn R. and take care :-)"

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