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My peugeot 206 look battery light doesnt come on when i put the key in for two clicks but when i turn the key to start the car it comes on but very dim any idea's anyone......? Cheers

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Does it stay on?
If so then check your earth battery connection ensure all wires are tight and connected, check the connection from the battery earth to the car body.

And check your alenator belt is tight.

3 reasons why you get this are:

1 battery failure, they can last like this for a few weeks but will die in the end


2 Altenator failure, or poor battery connections

3 altenator belt is loose, or came off. if it was off then the car would have stopped by now.

Hope this helps
Regards

Dan

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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