Topic: Re: 5000D gen
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14.4 volts is a very normal charge voltage. The Delco alts regularly run over 15 and work fine as well....
Is it possible that it's charging a lot higher than you realize?
As far as the alts go... the kit that Tisco sells works fine. I just wire the alt directly to the starter pos terminal with a 4 ga wire then run another 14 ga wire from terminal 1 up to the charge light and connect it such that the light has power coming from the key and it receives it's ground path from the new wire on the alt...
You should try to find out if the gen is charing more than you've observed tho... or mabey there is a battery problem. 14.4 v is a very normal number.
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