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you have a faulty alternator by the sounds of it, try this simple test, : test the voltage of the battery with the vehicle off with a simple multimeter, it should read just over 12v then test it with the car running, it should read around 14-14.5 volts if it still only reads 12v then your alternator needs replacing.
GO TO AUTO ZONE - ADVANCE AUTO - OREILLYS. BUY A HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL.IT HAS WIRING DIAGRAM FOR EACH CIRCUIT.LIKE HEATING + AC CIRCUITS INTERIOR LIGHTS EXTERIOR LIGHTS STARTING + CHARGING SYSTEM WARNING DASH SYSTEM POWER DOORS + POWER WINDOWS + RADIO SYSTEM + CRUISE CONTROL + WINDSHIELD WIPER SYSTEM.ALSO HAS WIRING DIAGRAM FOR ALL THE PCM SENSORS.AND THE PCM ALSO.
does your oil light come on because if your oil light comes on and the the car is cold there is no knocking but when the car warms up you hear the knocking its going to be your oil pump and the oil pump screen
If u look under the hood on the passenger side u will see two lines comming from the AC compressor, follow the larger of those two lines back to the firewall behind the engine, near where it goes through the firewall to the inside of the car u will find a charging port.