An overcharging alternator can "boil a battery dry", so if your battery gets low on
elecrolyte, making you add water to it, or if you car "eats batteries", you may have
The alternator in an automobile functions as a self-generating power plant that
produces electricity. It converts alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC).
To understanding testing for overcharging or undercharging it is important to
understand what generates the “charge.” Inside the alternator there is a field coil,
You can destroy the battery if the alternator overcharges the battery. This has to
do with the regulation circuit going bad.
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Aug 29, 2009 ... I built a "field" ballast for the generator in my 1963 Ford Galaxie so I can control
the constant overcharging problem I had with that car. When I ...
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Mar 10, 2013 ... I'm just showing how I installed a used 63 amp GM si alternator in my 87 Dodge
Caravan the van had the over charge problem and I used a ...
Diagnose Starter and Alternator Problems .... When an A-circuit regulator loses
positive voltage, the alternator will overcharge if the field still has power. If the ...
Over the years, I've had several Lucas alternators develop overcharging
problems. The symptoms were intermittant, and all bench tests could find nothing
Is the battery being overcharged? Overcharging and other car battery problems
result from excessive alternator or charging system output. Alternators use ...
Overcharging can kill these batteries. Also, alternators are not chargers. Don't
rely on an alternator to do the work of a charger. If a battery is discharged to the ...