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Car dying while driving (electrical) - 1992 Oldsmobile 88

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The alternator needs to be replaced because the car ignition system is running on your battery and the alternator is not charing it or supply dc power to run the car. If the battery is that dead you might have to replace the battery too but try the alternater first

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