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Old 08-20-2009, 10:34 AM
Fordsflylow Fordsflylow is offline
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Un-plug the voltage regulator and put your multimeter on AC volts, Put a test lead on each of the white wires. Start the engine and run at full throttle, You should get 28 or more volts.

If lower than 28 the stator is bad.

If you do get 28 or above AC volts check the ground wire/strap on the voltage regulator for corrosion, Also check for battery voltage on the center wire in the regulator plug with the key in the run position.

If stator test OK, Regulator ground is good and there is voltage to the center regulator wire replace the voltage regulator.
When checking for the "battery" voltage/center wire does the engine need to be running?

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Old 08-20-2009, 05:55 PM
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When checking for the "battery" voltage/center wire does the engine need to be running?
It can be but doesn't have to be, Your checking with the key switch in the run/on position......
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