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Old 08-25-2012, 01:46 PM   #1
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traction control, check charging system, and a/c acting up

I replaced my alternator and now my traction control light in the dash flashes randomly and my a/c goes from high to low at diff times. Also the check charging system message and light comes on then goes away. Anyone know why?
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Re: traction control, check charging system, and a/c acting up

Reset computer by unhooking battery for a few minutes. Its a long shot but its worth a try. Idk much about traction control but nobody else help u, ill try. You could read owners manual, if u got it. Good luck
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I'll try that again thanks man
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Your battery may not be at full strenght. May want to check it
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Re: traction control, check charging system, and a/c acting up

Just Google your question. That's the first thing I do. If u don't get your answer, maybe u can narrow it down. Sounds like your just overlooking something.
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I replaced my alternator and now my traction control light in the dash flashes randomly and my a/c goes from high to low at diff times. Also the check charging system message and light comes on then goes away. Anyone know why?
I would think the alternator,,there is a couple of different regulator for that alternator..I had mine rebuilt and they put the wrong regulator,in and had to do it again..But i would first check all my connections

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I would think the alternator,,there is a couple of different regulator for that alternator..I had mine rebuilt and they put the wrong regulator,in and had to do it again..But i would first check all my connections
The other problems is prob due to the alternator acting up
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The alternators brand new and I disconnected the battery again and the traction control lights just flash on and off still
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I replaced my alternator and now my traction control light in the dash flashes randomly and my a/c goes from high to low at diff times. Also the check charging system message and light comes on then goes away. Anyone know why?
Maybe you didnt connect everything

1. Double check your work
2. Alt. Is defective
3. Go get it tested at a Local parts store.
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