Why does my car dies while driving?
I have a 1997 chevy lumina. When I'm driving down the road a light comes on and say low volts then my car dies. Sometimes it will start back up sometimes it want. If anyone noted what might be the problem please help. Thank you.
Open the hood and clean the battery terminals with baking soda and water. Then try and see if the problem is fixed.
If that doesn't work take it to a repair shop and have the battery tested. It could be a bad battery or a bad alternator. This happened to my 2001 Nissan Altima. When I drove my music would stop and then my car would stop and need a jump start. Turns out I needed a new alternator.
That low volts light probably means you need a new battery or alternator
This is exactly what happened to me. It turned out to be the alternator.
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