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Hooked up new alternator, is not charging battery.

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Remove alt. and battery have both checked at parts store for free could be battery

Posted on Oct 02, 2010

Testimonial: "This would be an excellent option, but the battery was replaced 3 months ago and I failed to note that. Thank you!"

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  • Shiela O'Brien Oct 02, 2010

    Battery is 3 months old

  • Corey Frank Oct 02, 2010

    i have them go bad faster than that but sorry i couldnt help

  • dcheeks26 Oct 03, 2010

    this is a simple one , check batt. and alt , with a volt meter, if you dont have one , go to autozone or advance auto , have them chevk it , it's free. chances are is a bad alt. or a broken wire......

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