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There was a > 30 fuse blown. Replaced that and tightened battery connectors. Also fuse under the steering wheel was blown. Fixed that, and I had headlights. Battery seems to be charging now. Check your fuses, I checked them and missed some blown ones.


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I would think the alternator is the culprit, You can take your car down to an Advance Auto Parts, O'Reilly, Autozone (or the like) where they will test it for free. They can also check your battery, which may be the culprit, but I doubt it. It sounds like the internal regulator is going out (or you might have lost one or more diodes) on the alternator. ...



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