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you can take your vehicle to any service center or somewhere like auto zone or advanced auto they will either use an inductance ammeter to check for current flow (alternator charging) or a vat40 or similar machine which can check battery condition, starter (cranking draw),and your alternator if everthing checks out ok then you may have a poor or corroded battery connection, or your alternator may have a loose connection or a damaged wire. hope that helps