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  1. miamibob
    08-21-2009 01:13 PM
    miamibob
    I'll check it out as time allows - got to get to the bottom of this SOON! Of course you are my friend!! Wouldn't have it any other way!! I'll let you know how things turn out (on all fronts)! Stay well and we'll chat soon.....Bobby
  2. way2old
    08-20-2009 08:06 PM
    way2old
    Hey Bob. Glad you are here. I got your message. Just figured you were being nice and replyiong to my question. Nice to know you consider me a friend. If you are getting 14 volts, more or less, your alternator voltage output is ok. However, you need to do an ampere reading also. You should load the alternator to 1/2 the battery load rating with engine off and see how the battery voltage recovers. If the battery recovers slowly, the battery is starting to get weak. You may need to go to a shop to get it load tested. Good luck, and thanks for calling me a friend.

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