RE: [DML] Re: Car's use of electricty / alternator & battery question
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RE: [DML] Re: Car's use of electricty / alternator & battery question

Then some one needs to tell every car manufacture out there that. The
average alternator new on the cars is less than 2 years. 

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Subject: [DML] Re: Car's use of electricty / alternator & battery question

An alternator should be able to deliver it's rated output current-at-
voltage indefinitely, although the max output may vary a bit with
temperature. If an alternator delivers a very high output but
overheats or burns out when run that way for long, the rating is not

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