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1990 Volvo 240

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(1990 Volvo 240)
Over a period of about a month the warning lights of my Volvo would come on., and there would be a bit of a lull. Then suddenly the car slowly came to a stop and the car would not start. The battery was dead, but after a couple days there was juice left in the battery, but not enough to turn the engine. Is it the volt regulator, the battery, or the alternator?
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on May 10, 2016
did the battery light come on when this happened while driving it? you said warning lights came on? what warning lights? have you tried jump starting it? did you take the battery out to have it charged on a battery charger?what are the voltage readings on the battery with the car off? what are the readings on the battery with the car running?
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on May 10, 2016
did the battery light come on when this happened while driving it? you said warning lights came on? what warning lights? have you tried jump starting it? did you take the battery out to have it charged on a battery charger?what are the voltage readings on the battery with the car off? what are the readings on the battery with the car running?
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on May 10, 2016
just to be safe , replace all listed parts.....
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