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Old 14 Jun 2006, 09:02 pm
the loner
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Default 2nd update re: brake warning light

Well everybody, anyone want to guess what the problem was?
*the* *alternator* !!!!!!!
Instead of installing new bushes and other suggested parts, I just put in a
new one--it was really all that expensive. After all, the car is 17 years
old

So, the car was there for 2 days while they checked out all sorts of stuff
and it now runs great. Thanks to all of you guys...you all really helped me
to intelligently discuss the problem--I can't thank you enough

Take care you all!!!
loner


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