More then likely you have a wiring issue that is causing the alternator to not be able to properly charge the system.
Just want to confirm you are testing the alternator as shown in this guide:
If so and it passes then we need to check the resistance in the wiring, specifically the fusible links shown below.
I would take the battery cable off the battery and the alternator and measure the resistance from end to end with a meter.
Then we can go to the alternator and check the voltage at each of the wires.
The alternator may also perform its charging function but there is an issue at the terminal for the charge indicator and it is turning the light on incorrectly.
Have you had any issues with the battery not staying charged?
Also, what other lights are turning on?
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Saturday, May 8th, 2021 AT 5:03 PM