Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Seems like i saw a vidio from a tec called altenator man,in which he mentioned
a regulater that limited it to 15 amps,but that is probably the max.
if your regulator is built in you will need new alt.as suggested.
Posted on Oct 03, 2011
With a car that old its possible the gauge is off but to be sure you can go to autozone or pepboys im pretty sure they will test the charging system for free . or if you have a volt meter you can check it yourself it should be 14-14.8 with the car running anything higher than 14.8 is overcharging . if it is overcharging you will need an alternator for sure and if the battery is over 3 years old its best to replace that too so you dont break down in the near future because overcharging cooks the battery so whatever life it has left has been cut hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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