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pos 1 = 12v pos 2 = 6.7v ABS pump rattling....

sep 2018 had an alternator issue - replaced it with old one car came back to life then i have a voltage spike 15-15.5v intermitantly settled back to normal 14.2.... then one day as i was parking car it nust died then after a couple hours it would start again turned it around in parking lot and died again. Been sitting fir a whike now, charged battery to full and get same symptoms ignition key pos 1. 12v pos 2 6.7v and abs pump buzzing - disconnected pump and cylinder same symptoms - will try to post a video thinking of replacing alternator?
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Might be the starter at fault and it creates excessive current draw... is it cranking slowly or not at all?

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