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I am afraid it might be the voltage regulator for the alternator,and it is in the computer,the computer has to be replaced to repair the problem.Is the battery getting any voltage from the alternator?With the engine running,headlights on,and on high blower motor on the ac,what is the voltage at the battery?Let me know,it should read from 13.65 volts,to 14.25 volts at the battery.Let me know,so I can try and help.

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