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Have you changed the fuel filter? If your battery has power in it it is not the alternator. If the alternator is not charging the engine will become slugish as the battery power nears zero and the light will become dimmer and dimmer until they go out.
ok, why was the battery replaced? what happened to the old one? does the car have an immobiliser? do the dash lights come on when you turn the key to start it? sorry bout the all the questions just trying to narrow it down
Sounds like it may be a vacuum line problem...double check all the hoses and make sure none are off or broken/missing. Check over the IAC (Idle Air Control) valve too and inspect & clean it out with carb clean or something, could be that the valve's sticking