1995 Nissan Maxima help?

I have a 1995 Nissan Maxima. It has 190,000 miles on it. It has been in the shop several times over the past few months including replacing front axles, adjusted tensioner, drive belt, one tyrods, rear calipers & rotors, all new brakes, & battery. I just got the car out of the shop had only driven it approximately 220 miles and my battery light and brake light came on at the same time. I did notice that there was a noise coming from the area of the drive belt but I took off on my way. I did make it home. It doesnt seem to have any problems running or stoping. Any help would be so appreciated.

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Well you noticed a sound coming from the drive belt but you drove off anyways? Could be your alternator is going dead and not charging the battery fully. You may need to replace it. The car has 190k on it problems are going to keep coming out parts only last so long. Hell I got a 1999 GMC Jimmy 4x4 I'm picking hopefully back up today (like the 5 day they told me it will be ready) with 80k on it and the tranny completely had to be overhauled. It's just what happens car parts break and nuttin last forever sorry.

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it is the alternator not charging properly

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