[DML] Re: Possible Alternator trouble and more
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[DML] Re: Possible Alternator trouble and more



The simplest thing to do would be to just put the Motorola back and
see if all the symptoms go away. It isn't that big a deal and it will
at least let you drive the car till you can talk to John. Anyway, if
you have to send the alternator back at least you will still be able
to drive the car! From the symptoms you describe it *could* be the
alternator or it can also be bad/dirty connections. When replacing the
Motorola make sure all the electrical connections are clean, shinny,
and tight. If the battery is over 5 years old have it tested or just
replaced.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "usndmc" <usndmc@xxxx> wrote:
> A little over a month ago I replaced my original 90-amp Motorola 
> with a D150 from John Hervey
> Everything was working great the last month, until about 5 days ago





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