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My battery warning light stays on. i have changed the alterntor, battrey and belts. im stumped. please help

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At this point,I'm afraid that you have to take your vehicle to a reputable repair shop to verify that both your altenator and battery are functioning properly(It's not unheard of to buy faulty parts).If both the Alt and Batt check out good,then you are looking at a wiring short in the system somewhere.A Chiltons manual will help you narrow down your search radius.
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