Was driving and all my dash board lites and radio started to flicker, battery lite,pbs lite, on/off trac lite came on. checked battery terminals they are fine.What else can i check

Asked by Apr 29, 2013 at 10:24 AM about the 2002 Chrysler 300M

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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earth leads onto the chassis might not be up to the job

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A bad battery or alternator will give you those symptoms. Check the Battery voltage with the car off. Is it 12.4 or higher? Start the car and check voltage again, is it around 14V? If not then you have a faulty alternator.

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okay thank you i will have it chked

yesterday when i drove it it didnt happen. it only happened twice and now its not doing that lol

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yesterday is not tomorrow ,join triple A keep us posted we've walked many a stalled on highway in the rain person all the way home with tons of notes.

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