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Old 01-02-2001, 09:04 AM
stevebfl stevebfl is offline
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Your lack of warning lights concerns me. The activation current for the alternator goes through the warning light/lights. It's possible that your alternator could not be "turning on".

In looking at a diagram low oil, low coolant, low wind/wash, low fuel, charge, brake, and low pad indicators all power up the alternator with power originating at fuse# 5. ABS and O2 are powered separately.

You need those lights to work for your alternator to function properly.
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