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Old 02-01-2010, 04:57 PM
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97 camaro volt problem

my camaro seem to be givin me problem wen i put the a/c on the volt seem to drop. wen i accelerate it rises and wen i brake it drops and makes a squeakin sound plz help.

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Sounds like your alternator belt may be slipping.

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The clutch uses current to engage. It could be the cause of the problem. You should check all connections fist. Check for chafes if ground in wire also.

But the alternator could be starting to go. The alternator will put out more current at higher rpm to over come the large draw. And on the outside chance the battery is on its last leg.
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volt prob

is this car stock ? sometimes under drive pullys will cause this prob
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