my battery light keeps coming on in my 2002 aztek. the battery was replaced a year ago.

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Asked by Aug 09, 2012 at 10:37 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Aztek

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Battery was replaced a year ago but I also found out my terminals were loose after getting my key stuck in my
ignition one day

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It could be a faulty Alternator, check to see if it is charging. Put a voltmeter across the battery terminal when the engine is on and it shoudl read close 14V if not, time to replace the alternator. BTW: With the engine off the battery should 12.4 or higher to be fully charged.

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I was thinking that too! But hoping that wasn't going to be my problem lol just hit 100,000 miles on Sunday guess it all goes down from here thanks :-)

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And now the battery light is off I seriously hate warning lights

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make sure battery connections are tight.

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