Question about 2000 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cabs
Voltmeter in truck started to drop luckily made it home,got home tried to restart just clicked,did standard test alternater tested goo at auto shop replaced it anyway installed new battery to be safe checked and cleaned all connection checked grounds at starter good still no out put to battery runs till voltage drop at batter to 8 volt then dies please help i am tottaliy stumped i am a 15 year motorcycle tech but this i can not correct
It appears that the alternator is still not charging the battery.Charge the battery up,and refire the truck.Check voltage with a voltmeter,directly off the back of the alternator.Most all alternators of your year model have the voltage regulator built into the alternator.If the alternator isn't producing any voltage,then it is bad,even if it is new.I have had defective new parts before.
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