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My ford bantam 's battery is not charging i tested the voltage it is on 11.5volts

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SOURCE: I have a 1984 ford e-150..new battery...alternator tested good 2 times...new v

if you trace the main wire from alt to battery and still no charge,then you need a new alternator,it will not charge under load

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that was your education for the day. :)

If they only tested the charge the alternator puts out and it passed they most likely bypassed the voltage regulator. If the voltage regulator is bad then you will still need a new alternator.
follow the link below and read the full field testing portion for a better explanation if you dont understand my explanation.

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