Question about 1998 Chrysler Cirrus
You're going to have to test your alternator. All you have to do is start the car, while it's running, remove the negative battery cable. If the car continues to run, you have a problem with wiring. If it shuts off immediately after you remove the neg. cable, you're alternator is no longer working and this is why your battery light is on. The battery in your car's sole purpose it to start the car. After the car is running the alternator then takes over and sends power to everything to the car
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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