If you’re seeing battery lights pop up on your dash, chances are it’s likely due to a faulty alternator.
Usually you can tell it’s the alternator by testing the voltage reading while the car is running. If you’re seeing below 12 volts show up on the multimeter, this indicates a bad symptom of failing alternator.
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Alternators keep your vehicle running while you drive on the road, as well as are crucial to starting your vehicle.
Saving your alternator early can also help save your battery from draining completely empty.
The repair video below is for KIA Sorento models between 2010-2015.
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Watch how to replace alternator for 2011 KIA Sorento:
November 13, 2022