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95 Chevy Blazer-turned corner and battery light came on and voltage gauge dropped to red. another corner and everything went back to normal. Few days later, same thing, but didn't return to normal. Positive was a little loose on side mount battery, but no results on tightening.

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Make sure battery is securely mounted, have battery tested

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