Question about 1987 Nissan King Cab
Your voltage regulator needs to be adjusted to 14.5 volts or if it won't adjust you need to replace the regulator. If you have a bad ground it could make the alternator see the wrong voltage and cause it to go to full charge. If it haas a built in regulator you can buy it at an alternator shop and replace it it is help in place by screws. It would be helpful if you tell us what year and make of car. Some put out as much as 26 volts. so more input is better, also please rate this if you need more help.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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