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Old 10-07-2013, 01:00 PM   #1
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problem with charging system. help...

I just moved my alternator to the other side (driver), because it wont clear the valve cover. And I add about 2 feet of wire. And now the battery wont charge anymore. It' show around 8-10volt. normal like 12-14. What do you guys think? I used a 8 gauge wire.
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Re: problem with charging system. help...

I found out that on the battery say 13.5 with a voltmeter, but on the gauge in the dash say only 12
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I just moved my alternator to the other side (driver), because it wont clear the valve cover. And I add about 2 feet of wire. And now the battery wont charge anymore. It' show around 8-10volt. normal like 12-14. What do you guys think? I used a 8 gauge wire.
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I found out that on the battery say 13.5 with a voltmeter, but on the gauge in the dash say only 12
Which of the above is correct? Does the dash gauge show 8-10V, or 12V?

How did you make the splices in the wire?
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