Re: 67 Overcharging!!
"SteveT" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Yeh I know I spewing Battery acid all under my hood. I rigged a frisbee
> gaurd to block the acid when i was driving the car so it didn't continue
> to damage my paint under the hood.
Egads man! That'll eat through the hood itself if it's doing that. "She's
stuck on full field, Captain!"
Replace the bloody regulator, and get the alternator bench tested (free,
where you bought it). Double check your connections, isolate them well,
with no "tink-tink" looseness if you use butt connectors, and wrap 'em up
well with tape or use shrink wrap. For extra fuss I put some of that
plastic conduit over the whole deal.
I know this acid damage because long ago, I once didn't have the batt tie
down in place, and the battery slid into the alt. fan. Pow. Acid
EVERYWHERE. Expensive newbie lesson - tie downs are like $12!! Toasted the
hood, belts, hoses, my new valve covers, air cleaner, sheeyt... what a mess.
Hope you get it fixed soon.
> I'm going to replace all the wiring under the dash when i do my cowls and
> check all my grounds throughout the car.
> let me know if you guys com into something.
> "jim.gm4dhj" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Is this an "April Fool" reply? Voltage at the battery terminals should
>>> be higher than 14.9 Volts. If it is there is something wrong with he
>>> charging system.
>> yes it seems a bit high doesn't it.....!