Okay, problem still there. Yesterday I took out the alternator and had them test it for me at AutoZone. The alternator passed the test twice. I then took my battery and they said it was a good battery, in need of a charge. SO they charged it for me for about 30 minutes. Checking the fusebox, I noticed that the 30 amp fuse for the auxiliary fan was out. My aux. fan has not been working for a while, so I assumed maybe the motor is seized, but still trying to draw current (locked rotor current is very high) from the charging system.
I was heading back home tonight and the problem resurfaced. I was getting the battery charge indicator to illuminate intermitently, this time it is very random. It used to come on with low rpms, but tonight it just came on a different times. I will check the fusebox again, and also some connections, but I am afraid I will have to take it in to a mechanic to have him track the problem. I know that car electrical can be a pain to diagnose, but I am getting a little irritated now.
Any further input will be gratedly appreciated.