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Old May 2nd, 2021, 06:22 AM
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Default Re: Alternator troubleshooting voltage drain

Hey guys. Thanks for the help and I apologize for disappearing. I felt a little bit schooled for not posting with complete information and didnít want to come back with a reply that wasnít totally complete.

Which means I havenít come back yet.

Havenít worked on this stuff regularly since I was a lot younger and was doing it with my dad. Now I am the dad and working with my sons and I donít know as much as I thought I did, or more likely in the old days I was just fixing one simple thing at a time when everything else was in good shape. Now I have this rig where Iím trying to fix multiple systems that failed and Iím better at mechanical and electrical. Got overwhelmed and gun shy.

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Don't sweat it. Guys here can be a little brusque sometimes but they really want to see you succeed. Just post your questions and those that can help will, those that cant wont. You just take the good with the bad. You wouldn't believe the idiot questions I had to ask to get where I am today, I even had one guy tell me I needed to shut up and stop posting because he didn't like the content.

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