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Today 06:09 PM
6.7ferd I did do some clean up today at my grandma's place along with brush hogging. Of course both the tractor ans mower were dead. Mower got a new battery, tractor got a jump.
Today 06:07 PM
6.7ferd Mine is single setup.
Today 05:48 PM
5J's
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Originally Posted by 6.7ferd View Post
Awesome just how I want to spend a couple hundred bucks before the holiday's. Get something with 200 amps or greater correct?
I've actually got a dual alternator setup on mine.

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Today 05:44 PM
6.7ferd
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
Sounds like the voltage regulator is going bad.
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Yep, that's my guess too!

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Brushes in Ford alternators in general suck. They wear out fast and get stuck and so whenever there is a bump or a slight difference, the light will flicker on and off. Unfortunately, they are molded into the voltage regulator so its a new one of those.
Awesome just how I want to spend a couple hundred bucks before the holiday's. Get something with 200 amps or greater correct?
Today 10:28 AM
Weberman3
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This truck I tell ya. Battery light is on. Voltage is between 11.6-12.3 amps. FICM 49.5. When you let off the pedal light would go out[emoji24][emoji24][emoji24]
Brushes in Ford alternators in general suck. They wear out fast and get stuck and so whenever there is a bump or a slight difference, the light will flicker on and off. Unfortunately, they are molded into the voltage regulator so its a new one of those.
Today 07:24 AM
5J's
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
Sounds like the voltage regulator is going bad.
Yep, that's my guess too!

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Today 07:21 AM
[email protected]
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Originally Posted by 6.7ferd View Post
This truck I tell ya. Battery light is on. Voltage is between 11.6-12.3 amps. FICM 49.5. When you let off the pedal light would go out[emoji24][emoji24][emoji24]
Sounds like the voltage regulator is going bad.
Today 07:11 AM
6.7ferd This truck I tell ya. Battery light is on. Voltage is between 11.6-12.3 amps. FICM 49.5. When you let off the pedal light would go out[emoji24][emoji24][emoji24]
Today 06:28 AM
waggonerj
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My MPVI2 is supposed to be delivered today.

This is probably our race truck in a few months:

Let me know how you like it. I'm really considering doing my own tuning.

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Today 06:26 AM
G8orFord
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I believe it does work with the 6.7s. Also offers ficm tuning. I emailed HP and asked a bunch of questions lol we will see.

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My MPVI2 is supposed to be delivered today.
This is probably our race truck in a few months:
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