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The car was not holding a charge and died, so we replaced the alternator, now it is continuing to not charge even with a new alternator. Also there is a fuse box in the engine compartment, what do those fuses go to? somehow we have 3 fuses missing. Could that be the charging problem or possibly something electrical

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Check your wiring from the alternator to the battery make sure you have a good clean connection also check your ground wire also possible you got a bad new alternator have it checked to make sure it is putting out the proper voltage

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  • gibsonanthon Jan 26, 2011

    I AM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM ONLY THING MY ALTERNATOR CHARGES SLOW .AND GIVES A WINDING SOUND AND MY ALTERNATOR IS A BAD NEW IT IS LESS THAN A MONTH OLD

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