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Q: Alternator making noise

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The alternator is making noise. I have changed the battery several times, but after some time, the battery doesn't charge.

A: The charging system would need to be checke...

The charging system would need to be checked to see if it is charging, or killing the battery; the alternator is most likely the cause. I recommend that you have a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, come by and diagnose the cause of your battery not holding a charge.

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