Re: [DML] 180A Altenator.
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Re: [DML] 180A Altenator.



On 5/22/06, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> FWIW, 01860 has been running with the 180A alternator
> for over a year no with no problems.
>
> In comparison of the "idle voltage" of the 180A unit
> versus the stock 90A, I'll take the 180A any day.

Quite frankly, I think my 180A already had problems when it arrived.
There were some odd issues - for example, when I disconnected the
sense wire during troubleshooting, it still charged (!). I know I
hooked it up correctly; I even called the vendor to double-check and
they agreed with the manner in which I had wired it.

> The mistake most people make is thinking a high-power
> alternator will fix all of their electrical problems.

Turns out I didn't have electrical problems - although tightening the
grounds did make a very slight difference in power transmission - just
a flaky alternator.

-Ryan


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