Question about 2000 Saturn L-Series
If it was a loose belt it would be squeeling like a banshee. I'd go with their diagnosis and replace the alternator.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Not much to go on here. Have your battery checked out at your local parts store (O'reilly, Auto Zone, Advanced, Napa, ect.) as they will do this for free. If that checks out, then have your alternator looked at as well. If you are able to pull that, they will also look at that for free at those places, however the alternator is not in a convenient place in this car and access can be a pain. If all of those check out, I would point to a wiring issue of some kind
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