Question about 1985 Ford Mustang
They sell stabalizers around 30.00 it should drop voltage to 14.5 can find on ebay
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
You would think that the problem would be solved after changing all of those parts!
The voltage regulator should keep the voltage below a certain level. Even though you changed that, I would be suspicious about the quality of the part.
I would try another brand of voltage regulator.
Have the starting and charging system analyzed at Walmart or your local parts store to see what it charges at under load.
Good luck to you.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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