I bought a brand new battery and brand new alternatorhey my battery is still wont stay charge

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Asked by Sep 23, 2013 at 06:55 PM about the 2002 Dodge Intrepid ES

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can anybody tell me what to do nowI'll how
to fix it

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A Dodge Intrepid is a little unique in that the next step, after battery and alternator change, the next thing to check is the voltage regulator. Some Intrepid's the regulator is internal in the alternator. Many the regulator is built in to the ECU. Ok, your new alternator is still not charging so you apparently have the kind in the ECU. But geez..they are expensive, best deal I could find is at: http://carcomputerexchange.com/dodge/intrepid/2002-02-dodge-intrepid-ecm-pcm-engine-control-module/prod_166.html....$200. Except eBay and you don't know what you're getting, could be somebody pawning off a bad one. that happens..and you are stuck with it. Maybe you can have yours tested....not sure

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