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  1. #1
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    Default Battery draining

    I have a 2003 mitsubishi eclipse battery won't hold charge. I have changed the alternator four times, it has a new starter and a new positive cable going from the battery to the alternator and a new battery, which I keep charging . When I turn the car on it runs but dies, I have noticed that when I accelarate to 2500-3000 rpm's the battery indicator light comes on, then turns off when the rpms fall below that. The tcl and the anti lock lights also turn on... After all the three lights come on the car wont start... Is there anything else I can do... Please help..

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    Ctorres,

    It seems that professional assistance is necessary. It appears that your charging system is faulty. Although major components have been changed, wiring in the circuit or other factors are involved.

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