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Old 07-02-2009
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wtf, burnin through alternators?!

so today after i filled up i look down to reset my trip meter and notice that AGAIN my voltmeter was suuuuuuuuuper low.......made it homee, buut this is rediculous, i havent had this alternator for more than like a few months....this will be like my 4th kragen reman alternator....

is there something else wrong with my electrical system?
cant figure this out....maybe my batterys bad? but seriously....WTF.
i shouldnt be goin through this problem.....over and over and over and over again....

so any info would be nicee....


thanks, randy
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uhhh buy bulk stock in alternators? lol but no really take your battery to get checked at autozone and your alt on the same note
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