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Old 07-31-2007, 09:21 AM   #1
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Default Voltage problem

The car was making low volts...it would dip to the 11-12 range, so I replaced the alternator. That helped for a couple weeks. Today on my way to work, it's dropping down to about 10 and it's triggering my check guages light.

I hope I have enough battery left to get home.

What can it be? Replacing the alternator sucked (well, removing that top wire plug was the part that really sucked).

Battery connections appear clean.
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