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Old 02-11-2014, 02:31 AM
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I stole the wiring from a OBS F-150 that came equipped with a 3G. Makes it pretty much plug and play except for splicing that one green wire off of the original voltage regulator.
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One thing I have noticed on mine though, the volt meter on my truck does not reflect the actual voltage being put out by the alternator. When I kicked on the heater, lights, and wipers the gauge goes down lower than 14 but the VOM I had connected at the battery showed full 14.79VDC coming in.
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Kickin this back up to the top since a good majority of folks are begining to thaw out and will be once again roaming the junkyard
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Could we get a how to section? Or maybe add this to the FAQ, great info
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Just want to say thank you. Your write up made this a easy conversion. Wish I would have done it years ago. Power is no longer an issue.
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Great write up. Just got to find time and get this done.
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