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Agree with the comments and answers about the alternator. Also possible the alternator clutch is worn/faulty. Most alternators have a built-in clutch mechanism which disengages at x RPM to start charging the battery. It's typically around 1500 - 2000 RPM. When you take the car for a drive, make sure at the outset that the revs exceed 2000 RPM (momentarily, ...


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It sounds to me like an issue with your alternator. Before trying anything major, try taking a wire brush to your battery terminals. Often buildup on these can cause battery issues. I've had it on many cars before where they would not start due to this. This link here may help you diagnose your issue further. You will need a multimeter to do this. ...



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