Question about 1984 Mercury Capri
From the alternator the AC is converted to DC and regulated so as to make a controlled charging at all levels of the alternator RPM when the engine revs. This is to keep the high voltage of AC to DC from damaging the battery and so the regulator/controller is an important part.
So you must first check your alternator voltage/current , then the controller regulator and the battery voltage change can be seen with a voltmeter across it. Also the currrent to the battery can a be checked with an ammeter in parallel.
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