Battery light

Asked by Guru1SQ9C Sep 09, 2019 at 05:32 AM about the 1995 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi so my Honda Accord 1995 lx battery light has
been flickering and it makes a weird noise
sounding like it’s coming from the engine (after I
pop the hood and listen) the lights on my dash do
dim and my AC and radio stops I just fixed the
alternator and the belts to the best I possibly can
no fuses are broken and idk what else I can do I
want to say it’s a wiring problem what the
alternator and the battery cause it keeps dying but
it’s a brand new battery new belts

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Either a bad alternator or voltage regulator, or the belts are really loose.

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So this isn’t an answer I’m new to this site but Ed92626 alternator is brand new I bought it and replaced it yesterday the old one didn’t even spin belts are as tight as possible and so how could I know for a fact it’s voltage regulator and how would I fix that if I may ask I’m a teenager I can’t buy a new car and I’m paying for college Rn I don’t have the money to take it in

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