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2014-05-15 02:05:58
2014-05-15 02:05:58

If the battery dies with the car running usually the alternator will be able to keep up, but the malfunction indicator will light up. Some models will say something like check gauges. You alternator or voltmeter will go real high. If the car is completely dying then the alternator is failing or you have bad or loose battery connections.

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The alternator died first and drained your battery shortly thereafter.


If the alternator fails, it is no longer keeping the battery charged and your engine is running on nothing but battery power. Once the battery runs down, your engine will no longer run.



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I had this happen to me once. It was a bad alternator.


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