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I had a short in the wiring harness and it quit charging i fixed the short put on a new voltage regulator it fixed the problem for about 2 hours now its not charging again

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Double check the regulator with an ohm meter, if it's not working, then you may have missed a short, bad ground, or bare wire. Hopefully, it didn't blow the new regulator.

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