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What could be wrong if you have replaced your battery alternator belt alternator and alternator wiring harness on your 1999 Intrigue and your battery light STILL comes on?

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2005-10-20 23:51:54
2005-10-20 23:51:54

you have a short where negative is touching the metal of the car or it is grounded inproperly

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