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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This sounds like the altenator belt is loose. When the altenator is under a load the magnetic field causes the altenator to require more fource to rotate. At higher engine rpms the belt can be slipping on the altenator pulley. There is one other possibility I can think of and that would be that the voltage regulator is faulty and and causing an overvoltage at higher engine speeds and therfore opening up the field circuit to prevent the altenator from over charging the battery this is a safety function of the regulator. I would check the belt first.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Dont go spending **** loads of money on dealers and websites. Go to your nearest autozone, oreillys, car stereo shops. You can usually find an adapter plug that fits your plug in the truck and should fit the one on your new radio. Thats the way to go man.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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