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    The Nitrous Outlet Junkie


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    When I started the car the voltage did not increase from 12.5 volts

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    Quote Originally Posted by zooguy View Post
    When I started the car the voltage did not increase from 12.5 volts

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    based on what gauge? check it with a volt meter

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    The FABRICATOR!


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    You need to make sure the socket on the alternator plug isn't spread out so far it won't engage the blade on the alternator. If that's good, move on to grounds. You need a good clean path to ground from the alternator. If its powder coated or the block is painted where the mounting points are, clean them off. Or you can bolt a cable to the alternator directly to frame. What size is your charge cable and where is it ran to?

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    The Nitrous Outlet Junkie


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    Fixed .... took it to an alternator shop and had them converted to a single wire alternator

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