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  1. Not sure what they did to check your alternator out, but assuming they checked to ensure it is charging properly, then the problem may be that the connection to the circuit to drive the light is faulty? Here is my thinking: If we think the alternator output is dropping as the engine revs (opposite of what one might expect), then we need to check to see if that is true or not. If it is true, then look for faulty connections, check the alternator output, and check the drive belt is not slipping. If it is not true, and the output is fine, then we need to think about why the warning light is blinking, and check that circuit.
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