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I have a1991 Eagle Talon that i just replaced the battery and alternator. After a few minutes of running the car so we jump start it and when you take off the cables the car will die out again. Can you please help ?

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You need to check the wires on the alternator make sure they are properly connected same with the battery and also check the fuse for the alernater and fuse for battery the battery is not getting charged alternator is the problem check these see if fixes it make sure wires to battery alternator are not spliced damaged

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

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    Chris Guenther Nov 29, 2013

    dito on the first answer but check the "charge light relay" its the the relay the alternator runs through and is alot of the problems with charging system issues with these cars

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