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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: InezKY pop.600
does the blk/ylw where it is spliced directly to the frame also attach to your large black battery negative cable,if not it should as it is the battery negative lead back to your r/r and the brown wire is the load wire for you various devices ;ie headlights signals and all other electrical components control circuits and actually could drop voltage over those circuits from the resistance of the loads.It appears that your wiring is in pretty good shape but it seems that your regulator is dropping off at a lower voltage than it really should ,you may have a bad new regulator ,it is not unheard of and will drive you nuts,was your old r/r fried or did you just replace this one when you replaced the stator to be on the safe side.turn the lights on and signals and tie the front brake in with a zip tie and load this r/r up and see if your voltage goes up under demand or drops, if it drops you have a bad r/r if it comes up to around 13.2 or maybe more, it may be doing all it will do,especially if you have a good strong battery in there . Load it up at around three grand to give it a chance to work,and go from there,JMO
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Last edited by denny6006; 07-09-2009 at 03:01 AM.