[DML] Re: Charging Problems
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[DML] Re: Charging Problems



Most of the time problems like this turn out to be a bad connection
somewhere. More often then not, it is a ground. It can also be a bad
or incorrect belt. If the belt is riding on the bottom of the pulley
it will slip no matter how tight you make it. Measure the outut
voltage at the alternator when the lights dim. If it is not dropping
there you need to do voltage drop measurements to find out where the
problem is.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757




--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Poland" <jpoland13@...> wrote:
>
> I'm having a problem with my charging system and can't figure out what 
> it is.  Sitting still the car charges fine -- 13.5-14 volts at any 
> RPM.  As soon as the car starts moving the charging system starts to 
> jump around anywhere fromm 13.5 - 8 volts.  As far as I can tell the 
>







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