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While driving at speed on the highway on a flat not accecerating or deaccelerating my car drops roughtly 500 rpms for about 2 seconds then picks back up

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    new batt , new belts how ever i did test alt it passed but i still get a drop in voltage then it will pick back up ? is it possible the alt is working half the time?

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Check for any loose wire harness connection, spark cables, and fuel pump electric power relay and fuse holder case.

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