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  • avatar nh_dealer 12/01/11 3:21 pm PST

    The alternator is not producing proper voltage. May have a bad alternator or a broken belt. If the alternator is charging, then you have a computer issue. Get your computer scanned for PID faults that don't make sense. The PCM could be malfunctioning.

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  • nh_dealer 12/01/11 3:21 pm PST

    The alternator is not producing proper voltage. May have a bad alternator or a broken belt. If the alternator is charging, then you have a computer issue. Get your computer scanned for PID faults that don't make sense. The PCM could be malfunctioning.

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