batttery light stay on

Asked by Jul 29, 2013 at 03:31 PM about the Mitsubishi Eclipse

Question type: General

battery light stay on

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if the alternator belt is there would check the output of your alternator...it should be 15-16 volts or more~

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could in fact BE a bad battery...if it's older than five will COOK the alternator...probably this is where you are at now....old battery, comprimized alternator....get both~

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belt too~

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I agree with ya Roy except id have to say that theres no need to spend money on a new alternator if it checks out and vice versa on the battery, other than that id say your on the money

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