Chrysler Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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from the way you explain the problem,,it sounds as if you may need a new alternator
the regulator is in the computer[pcm] on this one
what you need to do is a load test on the charging system.
auto zone and most parts stores will do this test for free,,
this will determine if it is the battery or the alternator causing the problem
you can if you have a charging system load tester
no..the load tester will put a strain on the system by putting a load on it
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you need to do a load test..again,most parts stores will do that for free