Question about Faria Chesapeake Series Voltmeter Gauge
Assuming that you checked alternator voltage at the alternator itself, this would indicate that you have a bad guage or bad connections elsewhere. Start by pulling the dash panel out and measuring the voltage behind the guage. If the voltage is 14 or so then you have a bad guage. If the voltage is low, check around in other locations behind the panel to see if you can find better voltage there. If not, you need to start tracing the charge circuit to find out where you are loosing voltage. You may have a bad engine ground.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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