Last Updated: 12/02/2018 @ 10:56 pm

Member Credit: EddyMaxx

I had recently encountered a Brake/Battery Light. The alternator checked out OK and car was driving well.

After a little research, I discovered that the 10A Alternator Fuse located in the engine bay (picture below) was blown. Once I replaced it, both the Battery and Brake Light went off. The reason why the fuse blew is because the alternator plug was a little frayed and both wires made contact with each other. I re-did the wiring and sealed it up nicely.

Just wanted to share this information in case you think it’s your Alternator and/or ECU. Simple fix!

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