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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely it is the voltage regulator in the alternator . this is common of a alternator be for going bad, some times this is caused from jump starting.rarely it could be a intermittent short. but it would save a lot of time to have the alternator Thrilley tested or even replaced.it really don't mater about the volt out put.if the reg. is failing .hope this helps .if you want any further assistance feel free to ask.we are here to help.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
MAKE SURE ENGINE IS IN FINE TUNE AND CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL MAKE SURE FLUID LEVEL IS ON THE FULL MARK ON DIP STICK WITH CAR AND TRANSMISSION IN OPERATING TEMPERATURE. CHECK THROTTLE CABLE BINDING OR OUT OF ADJUSTMENT.THE GOVERNOR VALVE STICKING.THE 1 - 2 SHIFT SOLENOID FAULTY OR 1 - 2 SHIFT VALVE STICKING.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
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