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Chrysler Repair/charging and battery lights stays on: '07 Sebring


I have a 2007 chysler sebring 2.4L i bought a new alternator,battery is good and no blown fuse. When i put in the new alternator and charged the car back up it would charged the battery and the battery lights stays on what would be the problem

Do you mean that is would not charge the battery or the it would charge the battery? If you mean that the alternator is not charging the battery then I would start by looking carefully over the wiring to be sure that all the wires connected to the alternator are in good condition and chean at the their connection points. Then let me know.
There are three wires to check out:
the bright red fat wire goes to the starter motor and should have 12V on it,
the dark green wire goes to pin 19 of the number 2 plug (black/orange) at powertrain control, module
the black/tan wire should be grounded.
So verify those connections.

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