Question about 1979 Ford F 350
Several possibilities. 1) Take you battery to your local auto parts place and have it checked. 2) make sure that there is no corrosion on the battery terminals. 3) place a volt meter on the battery while it is running. If it is 13.6V to 14.3V that it is charging. If it is lower, than the voltage regulator (should be on the firewall or fender) is probably defective. 4) check the wiring between the voltage regulator and the battery. Good luck!
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