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Battery wont hold charge,and service electrical system light came on and then the car died

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  • jamhbenton Jun 21, 2009

    Okay also, the service electrical system message came up would that have something to do with an alternator?

  • jamhbenton Jun 21, 2009

    i just bought a new battery, but how much would an alternator run me?

  • jamhbenton Jun 21, 2009

    ok, is it hard to take it out?

  • George Fischer May 11, 2010

    check the altenator first, then the battery. but definetly sounds like the altenator

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Altenator mayybe 65 to 120 dollars. take out the altenator and bring it to autozone and they will test ti for free

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Has the battery been tested off the car and tottally charged? it could be the battery elimnate the battery and then make sure your volttage from alternator is right.

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