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Battery light comes on when accellerating and comes off when remove foot from pedal.

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Check the bettery .get a voltage tester put it on the battery start your car sudnt read les than 12.5v dc on tic over and no more than 13.5v . if it read less than 12.5 at 3500rpm alternater my b passd its day

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