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Hi Im David and I will be assisting you. there are a few things that need to be looked here. 1. the positive cable from the battery to the starter and alternator need to be free of any type of corrosion, and they need to be checked for looseness. any amount of movement from these cables is not allowed. 2. the negative battery cable runs to the engine block and needs to be free of any corrosion at the battery and where it attaches to the block. any movement of this cable can cause all kinds of issues. if there are smaller cables running to the fender well or radiator support from the negative battery post, then they also need to be clean and tight. 3. the alternator needs to be tested for voltage output, it should be no less than 14.4 volts dc. 4. the drive belt that turns the alternator needs to be checked for looseness. if its too loose, it could be slipping and not turning the pulley fast enough to fully charge the battery. once all of those things are checked and verified, let me know and we will go from there. thanks.
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