Question about 1983 Ford Bronco
I'm getting my Bronco ready for Moab Jeep Safari here at the begining of April. I've put in a new battery, alternator, starter and starter solenoid. Only problem is now, whenever I roll down the windows the radio kills and somehow the battery/alt is only pumping out 10-11 volts when it should be around 12. I've never had the problem before. What could it be?
I believe that your vehicle has an external voltage regulator for the chargeing system.just FYI the spec on all vehicle chargeing systems when the vehicle is running should be 13.8-14.2 when checked with a volt meter.I would start by checking the voltage regulator.If it isnt external than your alt is bad.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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