Question about 1991 Toyota Pickup
Check all of your engine block grounds and positve leads, sounds like the regulator is working also check your main alernator fuse please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
Do one thing, after you start your engine; Disconnect the battery while the engine is running, this is to test to see your alternator is good; if the engine is shut off then your alternator is bad. Seems like you have some kind of contact between your - and + terminal on your radio or lighting; I would check all the wiring to see if they're cracked or touching each other somewhere. I would go harbor freight to get a volt meter to trace it.
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