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First off, I'm not 100% sure if I've posted to the correct area on this forum but I'm dying to fix my little issue I'm having. First off, the vehicle is a 2000 F-350. Just starting to have issues again with my truck starting in the mornings. I have very low voltage and she barely cranks. If I'm lucky and it's not too cold out, she'll fire up but lately, being as cold as it is here in Michigan (yay for Michigan weather :woot: ), she is cranking a bit longer and it only takes a few cranks to kill the batteries. Now, I have had my batteries and alternator tested. Batteries are reading good but my voltage regulator, when installed in the truck, is reading bad. When I yanked the alternator out to bench test it, it's reading good. Now I'm stuck. What could the issue be? Wiring issue? Bad ground? Help please!! Thanks
 
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