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2000 Sunfire, when the car is driving, all the warning lights come on and the gauges drop, and the headlights are dim, also the radio turns on and off. Had the battery and alternator tested, both are good. What could it be?

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  • jenlafata Jun 19, 2009

    Do you mean the ground on the battery? Or the starter? Or is there another one?

  • jenlafata Jun 19, 2009

    Ok, thanks, I'll try that!

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Check your battery cable connections on the battery, starter, and ground. Might be dirty loose or damaged.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

  • Dar
    Dar Jun 19, 2009

    On negative battery cable. The one to the block.

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