Question about 2006 Kia Sedona
It can still be the alternator, the alternator can produce enough to keep the car running, but it may not have enough to keep the battery charged 13-14 volts. It don't take long for a new battery to drain if the alternator isn't putting out the right voltage. Find a voltmeter and check the output from the alternator to see what voltage is being produced. If it's not at least 12.5 -14 then have the alternator checked out.
Posted on May 16, 2010
Testimonial: "OK, thanks... Last night it turned over just fine. But when I turned the headlights on or the AC the Batt light came on again. So it seems the alternator is the problem."
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