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After replacing the batterie the engine light won't go off

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  • Keith Parker May 11, 2010

    I would like to help you with this..but im not sure what engine light you are talking about..is it the "service engine" light.....or a voltage light????

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Check wiers to the altinator and srarter are connected and clean.Possible altinator problem

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