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Just fixed the valve covers and now the car wont stay crunk up

Battery light inside car is on along with the oil light. there is some oil in the car and the battery is not completly dead because the car does start it just wont stay crunk up???? Please help!

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Battery is probably low.when trying cranking for a period of time battery get weak thats why battery light on.charge battery.to see if it hold a charge.when battery fully charged it should be 12.5 volts.with engine running alternator out put should be 13.5 to 14.5.if not replace the alternator.or have it tested.when replacing valve covers make sure your pvc valve.in valve cover in place if not your car will stall out and idle rough.your oil leak on inside of your car from a leaking oil line to oil pressure gauge.thats why your oil light is on.

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