Question about 1965 Ford Mustang
Either you have an open wire somewhere that needs to be taped off, or your leaving something on. ALSO your alternator could be overcharging your battery B/C your voltage regulator is out on your alternator. I bet thats what your problem is. To fix, you have to tear your alternator apart, and replace the regulator in it, or just replace the alternator itself. Hope this helps, James Booth Please Rate This :)
Posted on May 18, 2011
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