Hi all, I got a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 5.9 Magnum. Well the car didn't have a battery when I bought it, so got a new battery. After a week of driving the battery died, so I took it to Advanced auto parts for an electrical test and they said the alternator was not responding under load. So I bought and installed a new Denso alternator, got a new battery and still the car is not charging. Went again to Advanced auto parts for an electical check and they told me the new alternator that is installed in the car is not responding under load...Since I was there I got the old alternator tested directly and that sob works great in their tester. So, my questions, has anyone had this issue before? the accessory belt is rather tight, so that only leaves ground connectors and the battery-alternator cables (freaking expensive at the dealer pos and neg cable harnesses come about to $300). Any feedback is welcome.