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Alrighty guys got an update... I fired up the truck as i drive it rarely... its about 10 degrees and they needed a charge to start the truck. I put a multimeter on the batteries and was a little shocked by what i found! It was putting out 22 VOLTS!!! I had about the same amount of voltage on each alternator post. Where in the world do i go from here. According to a young punk at advance auto lol he said i need to change both batteries and both alternators, i kinda laughed he priced the alterernators they were 450 and batteries were 250 so 700 dollars and MAYBE???? itll fix it idk about that jazz... any advice or anyone EVER have this issue?? Overcharging seems like some regulation issue. Its pcm controlled i think so maybe one is bad or maybe the batteries are shot. look to be maybe original motorcraft batteries but show green on the indicator. Woa is me....
TRUCK: 1999 F350 7.3 diesel. Garett 38R ball bearing turbo 4" exhaust silverline stack DP6 chip stage 2 injectors higher pressure oil pump stage 5 TQ shift kit traction bars 6" lift moto metal 18" rims 35" BFG Mud Terrains ETC..... much more lol
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