2003 liberty with new battery alternator tested good. Can charge battery and run it about 15 minutes the battery light will come on.The power will eventually diminish to point where it doesn't run. I tried pushing the 2 wire plug at back of alternator in and that seemed to fix problem, for a moment at least.

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Asked by Feb 24, 2017 at 12:24 PM about the 2003 Jeep Liberty Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can charge battery and run it about 15 minutes the battery light will come on.The power will eventually diminish to point where it doesn't run. I tried pushing the 2 wire plug at back of alternator in and that seemed to fix problem, for a moment at least. Now same problem battery light on and car died on road this morning.

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There is a voltage regulator fuse, check and make sure that fuse hasn't popped. The fuse should be located inside the car. Good luck

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