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Turns out, just removing all of the metal washers, and using just the plastic ones, turned into a +14V battery CHARGING drive!! The goof that sold...
Where to find a TRUE MOPAR Alternator though?!
Yeah, I tried hooking up the one that was working ok before a small fire. It shorted. I'll need to just order the stronger spacers etc, screws...
Yep. Kinda sucks...lol
Map light, trunk light, courtesy lights, under hood light?
All new harnesses, lenses?
What would you turn to next, if 2 alternators shorted like this?
Haha... As I figured! Buying alternators from so called "Pros" on E Bay strikes again!
440 Source has the sump, $90
Basically, doing away with the steel washers on BOTH terminals is "The FIX"..I guess
Crazy part is, it's a 69 Model year with a 71 charging system..lol At least the Ammeter works..lol
Yep, looks like thats the issue!
Guess the GREEN wire or ground is just tied out of the way with the grounded alternator.. Pain in the arse..
Pennzoil used to be the worst, it had may STILL have Parafin (Candle Wax) in it.. I won't use it nor STP
Well, not really "Concourse", but as OEM as possible. I know from experience, you can buy a reman Alternator, install it, and only get 5 volts...
During the course of a recent engine rebuild, repaint. Alternator from E Bay (Yes I know ), Alternator construction causing a "Short-to-Ground"...
CORRECT, AVOID THEIR ELECTRICAL CRAP AT ALL "COSTS"
Was only Alternator under 110A over 55A and under $300 I could find at the time.
My bad, turns out, it a hunk of crap. I beleive it ws for a car...
What "Relay"? If I might axe?
Are you going all Dakota digital, E.F.I. etc?
Not yet. He'll Money his way out of it over & over, until....
He ends up killing. He better pray the person he DOES kill doesnt have vengeful...