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Old 02-02-2013, 10:12 AM   #1
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Finally figured out the problem..

Battery light as you guys know has been giving me trouble for the past 2/3 weeks going off and on and flashing. I couldn't diagnose the problem. Everytime I took it to get tested the battery light wouldn't be on so I wouldn't get an accurate reading. Finally today I think the auto shop found out the problem. It is a very loose terminal on the battery and it's all corroded wired and they are going to change the wires and terminal I guess. The battery is only 1 year old and the auto tech said the alternator has already been replaced because the factory one has a stamp on it. Hope this solves the problem
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I'm pretty sure I mentioned loose connections somewhere in your thread.

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Yeah that's true, I appreciate everyone's help and you prob did mention it. i just never know how to check simple things. Just happy it was a cheap and easy fix only $13.00 for new terminal and cleaned the battery
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