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I have a 1989 Toyota camry. It has a new battery and a new alternator. All is well except when I brake, all lights dim. What do you think?

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Check the tention on the belt

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1989 toyota camry i replaced the alternator and the battery all the fuses are good and it still won,t charge whars next


It is strange ! But anyway, check the wiring from battery to alternator and the earthing wiring. Have you used a new alternator or not . If the alternator is a second hand one have you checked it if is working before fitted on the car ?

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Lights are dimming, gauges are zeroing out while i'm driving. Could this be my alternator? Because car has new battery and starter.


If your battery is charge indicator light does not come on and battery is holding charge after a couple days of driving it is unlikely your alternator is faulty.
If the lights are dimming on youe meter cluster only, it could be a bad connector to the meter cluster.
If your head light are dimming it could be a bad battery connection or the alternator.

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1989 Toyota Camry. No brake lights.


It could be the relay, which is a yellow box located under the carpeting in the trunk on the left side. It is a problem common to your model. Also, check the brake switch's (behind the brake pedal) functionality (12V present with key at ACC or ON and continuity between wires when button engaged).

i hope this helps
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1989 toyota camry - when the engine gets warm, the dash lights for "charge, brake and lights" come on and stay on?


Hello, and welcome to FixYa.

The lights may be indicating an internal failure in the alternator. I would suggest that you take the vehicle to a professional that is capable of alternator diagnosis, and have it checked. My initial feeling is that the voltage regulator may be bad.

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Could be a loose or dirty battery connection, poor battery, or alternator. Check all the cables and connections to your starter. Clean your battery posts. Have your alternator and battery checked. It sounds like you are either running off just the battery or just the alternator. One of them is not right.

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