Question about 2002 Dodge Ram Maxi
Kinda sounds like the problem I am having with my 5.9l. You may want to have the PCM checked, thats where the voltage regulator is located its not in the alternator. Also it may be a wire conector (white and green wires) located on the back top of your altornator the white wire seems to be my problem but trying to trace it back to the battery does not seem to be easy, I have appointment again tommorow to trace the wire back to the battery and will let you know what i find out...Unless you figured it out already. If so I could use the help too.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
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