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Battert problem My battery light comes on when I'm driving, and the voltage jumps back and forth from high to low.

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This would typically indicate a charging system or cable connection problem. Take your vehicle to a local Interstate dealer to have the charging system, cables, connections and battery tested. This will help determine what type of problem you are having.

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