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may I ask how you tested the alternator. did you start the engine place the metre on the alternator. then place your light radio hazards on and have somebody rev the engine to 2000-2500rpm
The vots should read a minimum of 13. If varying revs causes the voltage to fluctuate between 13 and 14.5 volts, your alternator is in good shape; if, on the other hand, the voltage remains the same or decreases, your alternator is faulty
your symptoms do all point to a faulty alternator you could also try listening to the alternator and also feel it to see if it feels more hot than usual