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Old March 24th, 2021, 10:04 PM
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Default Re: Overcharging alternator and buzzing voltage regulator

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Originally Posted by AZKen View Post
I don't do one wire, just normal 2/3 wire. Hope all is good now. There is not much time savings in one wire really.
I agree a one wire alternator is a bad choice. They can cause more problems than they're worth. Ideally the alternator should sense the voltage near the fuse block. This will minimize voltage fluctuation. Example of one wire alternator problems: Headlight going dim then back to normal when the turn signal flashes. Been there done that.
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