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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lights flicker
Have any of you guys checked the battery to see if it is charged enough and holding a charge. To do this check you need to use a voltage tester and the reading should be around 12.4 volts. If not make sure the battery is full with distilled water and then charge the battery.
Next you need to immediatly check to see if the alternator is charging the system adequately. If not replace it before you kill the battery again.
Also clean the terminals on the battery and on the connectors even if they don't look like they need it.
If the battery still dies you may need to replace the battery because it lost its ability to keep an adequate charge.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
check dodge website you have to register to get the owners manual which has or if you have your owners manual
Posted on May 29, 2009
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