Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
Battery light just started coming on after driving a short distance. All illumated lights are flickering as the car runs (dash lights/dome lights) and are not as bright as usual.
I am sure it is the alternator. Is this an easy repair - I have done this work on older cars, but todays cars with the wider belts and limited access. Your advice?
Well to make sure it is the laternator start the car and pull the positive battery cable. if the car dies it is the alternator. and usually even on the new cars. it is easy to get to. just look at the front of the hood for the belt diagram and it will tell you how to release the belt.
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