Question about Toyota Camry
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The advice that I have to give you is to replace the new alternator. Sorry.
When you removed the negative wire from the battery, you inadvertantly caused an electrical problem in the alternator, which damaged one of the internal components.
The cables should never be removed from the battery with the engine running.
We are sorry that we do not have a better solution, but, in this case, the removal of the cable caused your problem. Perhaps you can return the alternator and get a replacement at no charge.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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