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Voltage is critical, as he's experiencing voltage fluctuation. However, if the fluctuation is normal, then it's all good. The alternator likely isn't working while the GP's are on, as stated above. It would put maximum load on the alternator, followed by a sudden release. That's not good on alternators. That's not to say the alternator isn't producing electricity, it's just saying that the computer is fooling it into thinking there's no load, so it doesn't have to try so hard.
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