Question about 1994 Chevrolet Lumina APV
REPLACE BATTERY CABLES SEE WHAT HAPPENS.YOUR BATTERY CABLES IS OLD HAVE A LOTS OF RESISTANCE IN THEM.MAKE SURE YOUR GETTING THE RIGHT AMP ALTERNATOR.BECAUSE A LOWER AMP ALTERNATOR WILL OVER WORK TRYING TO KEEP BATTERY CHARGE THAT WILL SHORTING ITS LIFE.CALL CHEVROLET DEALERSHIP PARTS DEPARTMENT ASK THEM LOOK UP WHAT AMP ALTERNATOR YOUR VAN USES MORE LIKELY 105 AMPS.
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